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Using the ADOdb library with Oracle and PHP
October 24, 2008 @ 09:35:14

On the site today there's a new tutorial continuing in their Oracle theme about using the ADOdb libraries to access the database from your application.

Last week we discussed the use of the OCI8 extension and connection methods for using ADOdb to connect to an Oracle database. This week we'll delve further into the ADOdb library and will disect some example code to get you up to speed!

He gives an overview of some of the functions needed to make the connection and fetch results from a simple query. Some sample code and explanation is also included.

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