Hans Lellelid wrote:
No, that's true; no Firebird yet. Drivers needed :) It's basically a slightly modified version of the JDBC API for PHP.
Now THAT might be the correct way forward. I already use the Firebird-Jaybird interface when running plug-ins on Eclipse without any problems, but I can't see any JDBC API for PHP ?
It does not use MySQL as an authority on SQL ;) I use it primarily with PostgreSQL -- and to a lesser extent SQLite and MySQL.
We could do with a base set of computable SQL functions. I have a cross-reference for MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQL2003 against Firebird, but keeping track with the changes to MySQL has had to be dropped - which version/sub version etc. ...
Of cause what is actually needed is a good standard XML SQL interface - hopefully before Microsoft patent it ;)
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