|Subject||RE: [firebird-php] Re: What is the best DB abstraction for Firebird?|
> yes use the PHP functions.if you've committed yourself to FB then there is no need to weigh your code
> 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.
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.