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Handling MySQL Data Set Failures in PHP 5
October 29, 2008 @ 13:35:39

DevShed continues their look at custom exception handling in PHP5 application with this third part of their series, a look at handling exceptions from MySQL calls.

Having already introduced you to the main subject of this article series, it's time to summarize the topics that were discussed in the last article, in case you haven't read it yet. In that particular tutorial I explained how to implement a fully-functional customized exception system with PHP 5, which came in handy for handling a number of specific exceptions thrown by a basic MySQL abstraction class.

They create a custom MySQL exception class that sits on top of their MySQL abstraction layer (and Result handling class) and catches exceptions thrown from sample queries.

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