PHP knows at least three more:
dba - for databases built on "Berkeley DB" which can be used some DB-configurations of MySQL
dbm - also very specific for dbm-format, which seems not to be a relational one. Some apps seem to use that kind of DB internally.
dbx - supports about a dozen types of RDBMS (e.g. PostgreSQL and Oracle, furthermore ODBC) and is very nice. I worked with it the last four months to write a flexible information system.
Some comparisons can be found at: http://php.weblogs.com/Compare_PEAR_DB_ADOdb http://phplens.com/lens/adodb/
M Saleh Eg wrote:
Anyone for a list of php abstraction classes?
ADODB, PEAR::DB... any others? or better?
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