I'm starting to migrate from ASP to PHP.  What are you finding that you
can't to with mssql_*?  I'd be interested in knowing what limitations I may
be facing.

"Jerome Houston" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Testimonial time!
> Despite ROCK STAR assistance from a PHP developer, I'm having troubles
> mssql_*() functions.  most of the problems are gone (or being fixed by
> AWESOME people), but to make use of those fixes, i've got to use php v
> 4.3-dev.  and there's other bugs in that (as there should be).  so i've
> looking for alternatives to using the mssql functions...  and i've found
> something that looks promising: ADODB.  for those of you who don't know,
> some people have just written some code that attempts (and looks as if it
> does a pretty good job) of unifying ODBC calls for lots of different
> databases. their website: http://php.weblogs.com/ADODB
> What i want to know is:  does anyone have experience with these libraries?
> tested them briefly, and it seemed to work like a charm, but so did the
> mssql_*() functions, until i got into some of the nitty-gritty uses of the
> DB.  Will lots of little bugs come about, the more i use it?  or have they
> ironed most of that out?
> thanks for your opinons - honestly.
> -jerome
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