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Almost all of my database experience has been with php and mysql, and it's
almost all been self-taught. I'm not familiar with what you mean by "CRUD
operations" or "auto-commit operations". Can you explain that a little
On Wednesday March 11, 2009, Matt Hogstrom wrote:
> The real issue is the locking model on the CRUD operations. Are there
> any transactions in VCL beyond auto-commit operations ?
> I'll sniff at the code but if there are multiple locks obtained you
> really need ot abstract to a data access model rather than simple
> database abstraction.
> On Mar 10, 2009, at 8:55 AM, Josh Thompson wrote:
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> > The web code is using php's built in support for mysql. So, it
> > would probably
> > take quite a bit of effort to convert it all to be abstracted.
> > Josh
> > On Tuesday March 10, 2009, Aaron Peeler wrote:
> >> Not yet - on the perl side it shouldn't be too difficult since it's
> >> using
> >> DBI.
> >> Josh can comment more on the php code - but in my opinion it would
> >> difficult/time-consuming to convert queries.
> >> Aaron
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