Thanks a lot ! I'm now understanding why PDO exists.. It is not for
replace the actual PostgreSQL/MySQL/SQLite/Firebird/... PHP drivers but
for help to developp with many DB with one code.
Well... I can developp an extension to PDO PostgreSQL driver, is that
correct ? It may help many users like me... :-)
Thanks Lester !
Le lundi 05 octobre 2009 à 08:36 +0100, Lester Caine a écrit :
> Samuel ROZE wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Thanks for your reply.
> > In fact, my request returns a result which i get with the fetch method.
> > But, it must returns other informations, which are not in the result...
> > This informations are neturned before the result in console...
> > So, i don't know how I can get that.
> PDO does not support many of the 'additional' features that databases
> provide. It's designed to provide a 'lowest common denominator' solution
> JUST for the data. If you are NOT planning to use any other database
> then you may well find that the native postgres driver will provide
> these additional facilities.
> I use Firebird myself so can't comment on the 'fine detail' on postgres,
> but some of the Firebird options can't easily be supported in PDO ;)
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