Am 17.02.13 17:00, schrieb AmirBehzad Eslami:
> Dear list,
> We have a bunch of SQL-queries, they should be executed in
> a sequential order, with a defensive programming style in mind.
I don't understand what you want?
Queries are executed sequentially or do you plan to create a
multi-process PHP application?
> We were thinking to implement the solution as "Stored Procedures"
> instead of a PHP solution that runs SQL queries, but an article in
> Coding Horro recommendeds to avoid SP for good reasons:
> Now we're going to carry on in PHP, and my experience says that
> we should write the solution in a procedural-style, instead of OOP.
> Is there any benefit to use OOP in these situations?
> Please share your thoughts.
> Thanks,
> -behzad

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