|Subject||RE: [firebird-php] FireBird/ADODB|
> Alan McDonald wrote:I haven't looked that closely yet but afer a cursory glance I see a lot SQL
> > Lester,
> > ADODB.... if a PHP app is written to use ADODB, is it anywhere close to
> > having the ability to move over to FB? or is there still so
> much to do with
> > SQL text that it's not worth the attempt?
> > I'm looking at Flyspray.
> > www.flyspray.org
> > It uses ADODB and it might be really neat if there's not TOOOOO
> much work to
> > switch it over to FB.
> It does not look too bad.
> I've sent an initial attempt privately
> Notes from that
> > I've added the missing drivers from my own version of ADOdb,
> but I think the datadict is still using the ibase one rather than
> the firebird.
> > Need to create an empty database outside of the application (
> bitweaver accesses isql and creates one if I need it ;) )
> > I think that once the tables are build, it will work without
> much trouble.
> Basically there will probably be the odd name conflict, but a
> quick scan shows
> not problems. Just need the get the datadict working to actually
> build the
> tables - or manually build them with a script and skip that bit of the
> installer ( that is the usual bodge to get things going - and
> since flyspray
> is using the xml option for the datadict, this may be the fastest
> option -
> just let us have a blank database if you manage to build one :) )
> Lester Caine - G8HFL
with "LIMIT N" clauses. Makes me suspicious if ADODB would translate them or
whether indeed the php code is built a lot around custom SQL.