Subject Re: [firebird-support] Python Firebird library fdb for web development
Author Mark Rotteveel
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On 2019-08-06 15:25, Aldo Caruso aldo.caruso@...
[firebird-support] wrote:
> Hi,
>   I'm currently using Firebird 3.0 for a web development using PHP 7.2
> with Apache 2.4 on Ubuntu 18.04
>   I'm evaluating a new development with Python 3.6 using a
> microframework like Bottle or Flash.
>   I've been using fdb Python package ( python-fdb 1.6 ) for Python
> scripts ( not for web development ) successfully.
>   One of the key functions of PHP library for Firebird is the
> possibility to open a persistent connection ( function ibase_pconnect
> [1] ), which allows keeping it open when the script ends, so that it
> can
> be reused in the future in case another script or the same one needs to
> open a connection with the same parameters (i.e. same database, user,
> role, etc. ). This creates a connection pool that is useful for
> increasing the script response time.
>   I wonder whether this can be done with fdb package.
> Thanks in advance for any clarification.
> Aldo Caruso
> [1]