2009/4/14 Alvaro Carrasco <alv...@fractaldata.net>:
> Hi Richard,
>
> Sorry about not sending to the list, I found this post while browsing the
> internet and i'm not subscribed to the php-windows list.
>
>> Hi.
>>
>> I'm trying to find an ORM tool to allow me to talk to Microsoft SQL
>
>> servers (V7, 2000 and 2005) for Windows.
>>
>> For those that use ORM, what do you use?
>>
>
> I'm the main developer of Outlet ORM and I currently use it with SQL Server
> 2005. Outlet relies on PDO and I use the PDO_ODBC driver when connecting to
> SQL Server from windows. Here is the link to the project:
>
> http://www.outlet-orm.org
>
>> I've looked at Doctrine (requires php_pdo_mssql which isn't part of
>> the VC9 win32 builds; for the VC6 builds, it requires ntwdblib.dll
>
>> which is oh so dead).
>>
>> I'm looking into Propel next. This now seems to be using PDO and
>> PDO_MSSQL, so it seems I've got the same problems.
>>
>> Ideally, using the nice shiny Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Driver for PHP
>
>> from Microsoft (http://www.codeplex.com/SQL2K5PHP) would be nice. But
>> this isn't PDO.
>>
>> Is there anyone capable of getting the Microsoft driver PDO aware?
>
>
> I'm planning on wrapping the new 2005 driver with a PDO-interface. In case
> you're interested, I'll post my progress to the outlet mailing list at:
> http://groups.google.com/group/outlet-orm
>
>
>>
>> Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Richard Quadling.
>
> Feel free to redistribute this email if you want.
>
>
> Alvaro Carrasco
>
>

Thank you to Alvaro for this.



Alvaro, will you be able to submit your wrapper to PHP so that it can
become part of the core release? Currently, for VC9, there is no
php_mssql or php_pdo_mssql (php-5.3-win32-VC9-x86-latest as at
2009/04/15 04:50)

A replacement is needed.

Regards,

Richard Quadling.

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