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International PHP Magazine:
IPM Poll Question Which is the Most Common PHP Database Problem?
September 06, 2006 @ 06:53:45

The International PHP Magazine has posted the results from their latest poll where they asked their readers "which is the most common PHP database problem?"

The options were:

  • Using MySQL directly
  • Not using auto-increment functionality
  • Using multiple databases
  • Not using relations
  • The n+1 pattern
And coming out on top (with 27.5%) was "Not using relations" in the SQL statements made. Following close behind was "Using MySQL directly" and falling in last was "Not using auto-increment functionality".

Be sure to vote in this week's poll that asks "Which is Truest?" - given several popular opinions on PHP, pick the one that you think is the most true.

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