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PHPBuilder: PHPLIB and multiple databases

PHPBuilder: PHPLIB and multiple databases

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Nov 13, 2000


"You have a web site with pages accessing a database. You want to use PHPLIB, but do not want to change your existing database to suit. Here is the answer to your dreams. PHPLIB and multiple databases." This set up requires an extension to PHPLIB and explains how to create the extension. You may find this article helps you extend PHPLIB in other ways. Read this article to the end and then think about situations where PHPLIB performs 98% of what you want.

"This set up requires an extension to PHPLIB and explains how to create the extension. You may find this article helps you extend PHPLIB in other ways. Read this article to the end and then think about situations where PHPLIB performs 98% of what you want."

"The PHPLIB extension in this article was submitted to the PHPLIB developers. Therefore, it may appear in a future PHPLIB release. The rest of the code goes in your pages and will help you organize your database management."

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