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PHP Application Development With ADODB (part 2)
Find out how ADODB can be used to optimize multiple-run queries, commit and roll back transactions, and improve performance by caching query results.

| Moving On |

In the first part of this article, I introduced you to the ADODB database abstraction library, and showed you a little of how it works. I demonstrated how using it in your PHP application development could substantially reduce the time spent on code rewrites if your RDBMS decided to change shape, and also gave you a crash course in the basic functions built into the library.

Fortunately, that isn't all she wrote. ADODB comes with a whole bunch of bells and whistles, which allow you to do some fairly nifty new things in your PHP scripts. Over the next few pages, I'll be showing you some of them - so flip the page, and let's get started!

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