PEAR, Metabase, and ADODB are all good db abstraction packages with
their respective merits. But if your looking for something simple,
efficient, for mysql only try:
The package contains basic connection, sql command, and recordset
classes. I like it because it's easy to understand and play around with.
Also has sql logging which can be switched on for debugging.

Michael Zornek wrote:

 >I'm looking for a good MySQL db abstraction layer. I'm just coming back to
 >PHP/MySQL and rather writing my own I figured I'd try to see if any are
 >already out there.
 >The layer should obviously have the basics, of connect, query, and close,
 >and possibly some error checking and handling.
 >~ Mike

"Out beyond the ideas of wrong-doing and right-doing
there is a field. I'll meet you there."
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