Dear PHP developers and SQL Server users,
We, the PHP group in the SQL Connectivity product team, received a lot of feedback in our previous survey in Oct 2009, and we responded to the feedback by delivering a PDO driver in our v2.0 release. After releasing our CTP2 for v2.0 of the driver, we have been very busy responding to feedback and preparing the code for the final release. While this work is in progress, it is time for to review our priorities once again with our primary audience.
While we always listen and respond to feedback on our forum / blog and invite your participation at any time, surveys are great for capturing structured feedback. You and your organization are key stakeholders in this process and need your input in this survey, which should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
Now that we have the 2 major categories of drivers, the SQLSRV driver with the procedural API and the PDO_SQLSRV driver implementing PDO, with basic support for SQL Server it is now time to consider features that expose the rich functionality offered by SQL Server and thus enrich your PHP applications even more. The feedback provided is extremely valuable and help us make the necessary adjustments in our roadmap.
This survey will be open until August 16th, 2010 5:00PM PST (Seattle time zone).
The SQL Server PHP team truly appreciates your effort in completing this survey.
Ashay Chaudhary Program Manager - PHP, SQL Connectivity Database Systems Group, Microsoft Corp.
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