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ADOdb Lite

ADOdb Lite is a small, fast replacement for ADODB that uses 1/6th of the memory and is up to 300% faster, while being compatible with a subset of the most commonly used ADODB commands. It supports Frontbase, MaxDB, MiniSql, MSSQL, MySQL, ODBC, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and Sybase.

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Recent releases

  •  12 Jan 2007 09:26

    Release Notes: Query tracking was added for performance testing. There are three new database array variables: $db->query_list, $db->query_list_time, and $db->query_list_errors. These variables will contain every processed query and the time it took to process the query for the current instance of the database object. This will allow easy tracking of every query on any page and the amount of time it took to execute each query. In all drivers, a return variable by reference error was fixed when returning an empty record set.

    •  18 Dec 2006 01:51

      Release Notes: This version adds support for the ADOdb Meta Functions though the meta module. The meta functions that were required by the Data Dictionary have been removed from the Data Dictionary module and placed in the meta module. This will require adding the meta module to the modules loaded by the ADOdb Connection object. There are several other changes and fixes.

      •  01 Sep 2006 23:06

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        •  03 Apr 2006 06:21

          Release Notes: Support was added for alternative error output reporting through the $ADODB_OUTP or defined ADODB_OUTP function naming. CreateSequence, DropSequence, PO_RecordCount, NextRecordSet, CurrentRow, and AbsolutePosition were added to the extend module. Object Module and Menu Module were added.

          •  26 Mar 2006 10:15

            Release Notes: Generic Modules may now be added through a unified directory. Minor bugs were fixed.


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