Brian Swan

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  • Blog Post: Paging Data with Different Cursor Types

    This post is a follow up to a post I did last week: Paging Data with the SQL Server Drivers for PHP: Simplified . In that post, I showed how to leverage scrollable cursors to simplify code for paging data. However, my investigation used only one type of scrollable cursor: a static cursor. In this post...
  • Blog Post: Paging Data with the SQL Server Drivers for PHP: Simplified

    One of the best insights I had at the SQL Server JumpIn! Camp back in November was this: Lots of PHP applications and frameworks generate SQL queries dynamically. I’m sure that for very experienced developers, that realization comes across as somewhat naive – and perhaps it is. However, to...
  • Blog Post: How to Page Data with the SQL Server Drivers for PHP

    [Author's note: See this post for an alternative strategy for paging data: Paging Data with the SQL Server Drivers for PHP: Simplified .] Shortly after the 1.0 version of the SQL Server Driver for PHP was released , I posted on the team blog as about how to page data with the driver . In the v1.1...
  • Blog Post: Understanding Cursor Options in the SQL Server Driver for PHP

    After v1.0 of the SQL Server Driver for PHP was released (back in July of 2008), the development team received lots of requests to implement “scrollable result sets” (i.e. random access to the rows in a result set) in the next release. They met this request by adding a new option to the sqlsrv_query...
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