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Stored Procedure Programming for MySQL5 (Part 1)
July 10, 2006 @ 16:37:57

The php|architect A/R/T article repository has a new tutorial today, covering stored procedure programming for MySQL (by Ligaya Turmelle).

With the release of MySQL5 a bold new world opens up to the PHP developer... the world of a database programmer. In this world the interaction with the data can be done right where the data is located - not in a script that is far far away in a distant server. In this article we will be taking you on a journey that will introduce you to MySQL's stored procedures.

They cover some of the background of transactions and some of the basic concepts behind them. All of the examples provided are done from the command line in this part of the series, but PHP relevant examples should be coming up shortly.

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