Nelsaidi wrote:This wont require rewriting all existing queries, just the DBAL itself.
nn- wrote:Cleaner I might agree with, maybe sql generation and execution could be split so that php dbal can handle sql differences and hand off built statements to pdo for execution. But I doubt there is going to be a noticeable effect in the big picture.
eviL3 wrote:Query abstraction
nn- wrote:By prepared statements everybody means parameter placeholders, right?
nn- wrote:If such a query abstraction is implemented, i suggest splitting data access and data definition into separate classes so that most code only needs to load data access class. Inheriting data definition from data access sounds like a good idea, it will allow for borderline functions to be moved from one to the other easier and probably also make the usage more convenient.
psoTFX wrote:I went with Olympus because as I said to the teams ... "It's been one hell of a hill to climb"
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