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MySQLi Database Driver for Kohana – Tom Lankhorst
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You have a point that the docs should say some of this and hopefully they will soon as a lot more attention kohwna turned to them. 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. I’ve run into a problem where I want to connect to a database. See the bottom of http: Updating modules to work with a new version is allowed of course.
The mysql extension is deprecated and will be removed in the future: A minute job and done.
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Can anyone see what’s going wrong? I’ve bumped into this issue as well. I implemented a MySQLi driver some time ago.
Darsstar 1, 1 12 Edit, it looks like this [already exists] http: Have anybody test this mysqli driver? The application is telling me it’s using MySQL and it’s decrepated. I might be being completely ignorant, but aren’t prepared statements a lot more secure reducing the need for pre-processing?
Am I missing something? 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? 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 of the module as an abstraction layer.
If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons! The next version 3. I forked 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 to the main distribution.
The database class has prepared statements built in. Sign up using Facebook.