Subject RE: [firebird-php] Re: What is the best DB abstraction for Firebird?
Author Alan McDonald
> yes use the PHP functions.
> unless you want to be able to use mysql or any other database for the same
> application then you will need an abstaraction layer i would suggest
> something that is light weight not ADOdb.

if you've committed yourself to FB then there is no need to weigh your code
down by carrying all these other db translations around.
The files area of this group has a cut down version of the EzSQL classes
which have just about everything non-FB stripped out.
I promise you - learn to use it and you'll get the very best performance out
of FB. The use of these classes does not prevent the use of direct PHP/FB
function calls. I mix them up frequently but the base classes are excellent.