[freetds] unixODBC via FreeTDS, PHP and Stored Procedure Help
Lowden, James K
LowdenJK at bernstein.com
Thu Jul 1 16:40:38 EDT 2004
> From: Joseph Geiser
> Sent: July 1, 2004 4:26 PM
> mssql extensions in PHP do permit binding (mssql_bind) and this is the
> normal way to do it. This is our fallback position at this
> point. I was
> advised however, to use SPs, to use unixODBC - now I wonder
> if it's worth the hassle.
Given Frank's reply, I'd say you're better off with mssql unless you have some need for ODBC.
> Thanks for your help Jim... Film at 11 :)
You're welcome, Joe. Hope it works out.
[Perhaps some kind person would be moved to enhance the PHP sample in src/samples? That would give a PHP newcomer something to work from.]
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