If i can suggest... I'm working on a project for the Quebec Junior Major Hockey league and i found out that objects can be quite usefull in a large scale web application like this one.
What i am doing is an object that connects to the database and stores pertinent information into it. Also, i have other objects called collections which read from the database in an uniform way. My junior programmers here don't understand the basics of OOP but they do like it, because it simplifies their work. They just need to know the object methods and properties, how to use it and they do. They don't even have to do complex request to the database anymore, all my objects do it for them. My point is, OOP is great and it INDEED should be pushed much much more into our common day programming of anything, should it be webapps or normal executables. If anyone is interested in developping a package of classes that could greatly benefit SQL Reading/Writting and Data manipulation i'd be ready to invest some time into it with other people so we can create a completly standalone reader/writter class for any situation, table and fields. That would be great. (BTW, i'm on php4 and mysql, but welcome to new technologies like Orable<->php and ODBC<->php) Insane Coder (Or almost insane =P) -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php