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Any luck with MS SQL Server API from PHP5?

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I'm about to host a solution for our developers and it will use PHP5 on
Suse Enterprise Linux 9 and MS SQL Server API. The developers are kind
of green to this. Is this MS SQL Server API fairly stable or have you
had issues with it? It will be mostly normal ANSI-92 SQL-type calls to
this database.

Dec 7 '06 #1
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Alfred wrote :
I'm about to host a solution for our developers and it will use PHP5 on
Suse Enterprise Linux 9 and MS SQL Server API. The developers are kind
of green to this. Is this MS SQL Server API fairly stable or have you
had issues with it? It will be mostly normal ANSI-92 SQL-type calls to
this database.
I've been using the MSSQL extension on a webcart using a Ciel database,
meaning MSSQL. If you know Ciel, you know how many unuseful datas you
have to set, and every query sets at least 50 values. And I had 2 queries
per product to set...

Well, no know problems for now. I can ensure you it'll be stable, but it's
stable enough in this awful job I had to do.

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Dec 8 '06 #2

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naixn wrote:
Alfred wrote :
I'm about to host a solution for our developers and it will use PHP5 on
Suse Enterprise Linux 9 and MS SQL Server API. The developers are kind
of green to this. Is this MS SQL Server API fairly stable or have you
had issues with it? It will be mostly normal ANSI-92 SQL-type calls to
this database.

I've been using the MSSQL extension on a webcart using a Ciel database,
meaning MSSQL. If you know Ciel, you know how many unuseful datas you
have to set, and every query sets at least 50 values. And I had 2 queries
per product to set...

Well, no know problems for now. I can ensure you it'll be stable, but it's
stable enough in this awful job I had to do.
I take it that you're using FreeTDS with PHP5 for this linkage, right?

Dec 10 '06 #3

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