Unless I am mistaken, but isn't there an ODBC driver available for MySQL
On Sun, 10 Aug 2003, Gerard Samuel wrote:
> Larry E.Ullman wrote:
> >> Im looking at venturing into working with PHP's ODBC extention.
> >> Does anyone have any recommendations as to a Database, that is easy to
> >> understand/get into from a novice point of view, that installs on
> >> windows 2k,
> >> and is "free"?
> > MySQL is kind of free, installs on W2K and is easy to use but it
> > doesn't require PHP's ODBC extension since PHP already has a good
> > MySQL extension. If you really want to use ODBC and you have MS
> > Office, you could try Access.
> What Im doing is seeing if my code will run on different databases.
> Of which it currently runs on mySQL, PostgreSQL and MSSQL.
> As soon as I can get PHP5 installed Ill be checking out SQLLite.
> But in the meantime, Im looking for a database that would interface with
> I just downloaded IBM's DB2 Personal Edition, to see what I can do
> there, but,
> Im just looking for advice etc from others who went down this road.
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