Likewise, a having block is defined the same way as a where block. Spadefoot I’d say chances are if you’re going to NEED to use a combination of 2 or more databases, in a new project, at least one of them is going to be a NoSQL solution. Post as a guest Name. It is important that the Kohana framework consider people that need to work on projects that do not require such communicates, especially if the Kohana community wants to attract big name companies to use the framework. Furthermore it is primarily designed for MySQL, which does have offset-limit clauses, but these clauses are not the part of the SQL standard. Therefore, there are reasons to run an application on more than one database
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Spadefoot I’d say chances are if you’re going to NEED to use a combination of 2 or more databases, in a new project, orafle least one of them is going to be a NoSQL solution. Oarcle said eliminate object based query builders ; The point would be to eliminate adapter pattern database drivers.
Since you’re migrating, obviously there’s a certain vendor specific feature not necessarily language feature that’s driving you. In such case it’s better to have a query builder than doing string concatenation without it.
It will allow you to use oracpe oci8 or the PDO driver. I have worked on a number of projects where I have had to pull data from multiple databases using different dialects.
Supposedly you’re migrating because you know what you’re doing, or you’re migrating because of some feature. Maybe support some shortcuts for basic things such inserting, since it can make the code clearer by passing an associative array, instead of two lists, and so on.
And when you’re not using it you either have a very basic interface, with all sorts of parameters, random parameter ordering, NULL’s you have to pass, etc. To do so, LEAP provides a function for specifying such a group.
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Anyone making any kind of “product” is going to have to be conscious of the terrors of userland. Regular expression just don’t cut it as you said.
It doesn’t care about the different SQL dialects of the databases. Upload your resume Sign in.
Notice the second parameter which represents the index of the row. You cannot ignore browser quirks and just write standard code That still doesn’t mean we have to provide a transparent adapter pattern based system that simply limits you as a developer. Taking only koohana greatest common subset of the databases’ features is not the way to go. Does the current SQL abstraction help then? IMO the database module should just provide a nice interface to all the basic functionality, running an expression and oralce on.
The option of manually migrating doesn’t really sound that bad to be honest. How would you describe the pace of work at Ambry Genetics?
Email Required, but never shown. However the concepts do exist in SQL: I don’t think including these methods in the query builder is going too far. These two classes are for the most part the same; however, there are some minor differences between them. I have a non-standard database setup to work with and i’m trying to get this test case to koohana in Kohana 3.