KOHANA MYSQLI DRIVER
I might be being completely ignorant, but aren’t prepared statements a lot more secure reducing the need for pre-processing? For this reason it is sensibly in my view left to the developer to implement this as required with the clear understanding that they can’t expect the same to work seamlessly across drivers. Am I missing something? MrP 1 4. It looks like you’re new here.
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MySQLi Database Driver for Kohana 3.3
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Everything that I have read suggests that there is no significant speed difference between to two the benchmarks I’ve seen vary, and different types of queries produce different results. For large systems where PHP and MySQL are not operating on the same server or even the same network, the ability to form an ssl connection to a MySQL database becomes very important, and as such I feel it’s worthwhile supporting this driver.
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Updating modules to work with a new version is allowed of course. Oh, NickUK was faster.
Am I missing something? I guess the difficulty Kohana has is that it wants to maintain a standard functionality that is as database agnostic as possible.
MySQLi database connection – Kohana Framework – Kohana Forums
Just enabling the module isn’t enough. A minute job and done. Post as a guest Name. Both PDO and MySQLi support multiple resultsets which I think should be implemented, otherwise the documentation should be clear on what functionality Kohana actually offers to stop confusion?
Are you using modules mysqli and database at the same time? I’ve bumped into this issue as well. Kohaba you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
For this reason it is sensibly in my view left to the developer to implement this as required with the clear understanding that they can’t expect the same to work seamlessly across drivers. I prefer mysqli when I’m using the library directly, but I personally don’t care too much what’s under the hood of the database library. MrP 1 4. The application is telling me it’s using MySQL and it’s decrepated. I’ll add an SSL patch to this in the next day or two: You have a point that the docs should say some of this and hopefully they will soon as a lot more attention is turned to them.
Darsstar 1, 1 12 Can anyone see what’s going wrong? Edit, it looks like this [already exists] http: