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Fetching Data With Zend_Db
April 07, 2010 @ 11:13:22

Quentin Zervaas has posted a new tutorial on phpRiot.com today with a quick look at using Zend_Db to pull information out of your database.

In this PhpRiot Snippet I will show you a couple of different ways to fetch data when using the Zend Framework's Zend_Db component. Zend_Db is a useful database abstraction class that comes with the Zend Framework. This article assumes you have already established a database connection and you have tables to select data from.

They show you how to fetch a single value from a table, grab all of the records from a specific column, getting more than one column and grabbing all of the contents of a table and returning them to your script with a "fetchAll" method call.

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