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KO3 MySQLi driver – Kohana Forums
If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! See the bottom of http: I implemented a MySQLi driver some time ago. nysqli
MrP 1 4. Just enabling the module isn’t enough. Personally, I don’t see the point. If Kohana Database module had features that only worked in some DB types with certain tables etc, I think it would result in more confusion and would remove a lot of the benefit koyana the module as an abstraction layer.
Am I missing something? You have a point that the docs should say some of this and hopefully they will soon as a lot more attention is turned oohana them.
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Edit, it looks like this [already exists] http: I myslqi the module and tacked on MySQLi and a crude attempt at multiple resultsets for myself and anyone else that’s interested – I’m not expecting it to be merged in konana the main distribution. Are you using modules mysqli and database at the same time? How to add driver mysqli in kohana, because I have problem to query stored procedure The one using ‘MySQLi’ as the driver.
As shadowhand said, I just replaced all instances of “sql” with “sqli”.
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I guess the difficulty Kohana has is that it wants to maintain a standard functionality that is as database agnostic as possible. 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.
But not all databases behind PDO do surely? Darsstar 1, 1 12 Sign In Apply for Membership.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. The mysql extension kohans deprecated and will be removed in the future: 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? Post as a guest Name.
But prepared statements and stored procedures are not the same thing. It looks like you’re new here. The next version 3.