"Luke Woollard" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote... :

> I once read a great article in the first or second issue of
> http://www.phparch.com/ on database abstraction layers. At which point I
> used the tutorial as a starting point for creating a very similar structure
> I named dbWave. There are only minor differences and a postgresql driver is
> now included for the most common pg_* functions.
> I was just wondering if anyone has developed a database abstraction layer
> that allows you to separate your SQL queries from your application logic
> like dbWave does? I'm looking for a more advanced way of doing this?
> Attached is dbWave for anyone to look at/use. To run it you need to use the
> following tags in your file:
>       // DBWave include files
>       include( "[attached_filename].php" );
> To instantiate the dbWave object you use the following code in a file name
> connect.php
> <?php
>       /* This file instantiates dbWave using our chosen API */
>       /* It is automatically generated by the database setup program */
>       // Instantiate dbWave using the MySQL API
>       $dbWave = new Mysql();
>       // Connect to the database
>       $dbWave->connect( 'yourhost', 'yourport', 'yourdbname', 'yourdbuser',
> 'yourdbpass' );
> ?>

ZoomStats uses it: http://sf.net/projects/zoomstats

P.S: I wrote that phparch article, and I based it on my ZoomStats
experoence which I also founded.

Maxim Maletsky

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