ADOdb is also dual licensed under a more open license - BSD too.
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Regards, John Lim
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> On Tue, 16 Apr 2002 01:48:34 +0200, James Cox wrote:
> >> Hello !
> >> I'm planning to write a database application for MySQL, and then port
> >> it
> > to
> >> PostrgeSQL.
> >> Is there any library or class that could help me to write/maintain just
> > one
> >> source code for both MySQL and PostgreSQL ?
> > I think your best (if not the only) option in PHP is Metabase.
> > http://www.phpclasses.org/metabase
> > <snip spam>
> > you could also use PEAR (http://pear.php.net/) which has a more than
> > adequate abstraction layer for various databases.
> Another alternative (that does not require you to login before you can
> download) and that promises all the functionality that Metabase does and
> more is AdoDB (http://php.weblogs.com). It is also released under the LGPL
> allows you to use it in commercial applications.
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