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DB2 Universal Database and the PHP Developer? Absolutely!
February 10, 2006 @ 07:13:30

Developer.com has posted a new article today looking at some of the features that tie PHP and the DB2 Universal Database together and make application development possible.

In a previous series of articles, I covered the IBM DB2 Universal DatabaseTM (DB2 UDB) plug-in for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET that lets Microsoft-trained application developers quickly develop .NET applications that run against DB2 UDB databases, whether they reside on the z/OS, i5/OSTM, AIX, Windows, Linux, HP-UX, or Solaris operating systems.

In this article, I explore the features that make programming PHP-based DB2 UDB applications as seamless as possible and ultimately shorten the development cycle for these types of applications.

They start off introducing PHP and how it's used, but quickly move into describing the APIs that allows PHP to talk to DB2 UDB. They list out a few - the IBM extension for PHP, the PDO ODBC connection utility, and a fading option, the unified ODBC driver. They also spend some time looking at the Zend Core for IBM, including a small tour of the integration of it with the ZDE that's offered.

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