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  • Blog Post: Plans for our next milestone

    We have seen some increase in activity with more people downloading our driver and either reporting their successes or reporting any issues they run into – for the SQLSRV driver (sqlsrv_xxxx API) to the PDO_SQLSRV driver (PDO API). We’d like to thank you all for your effort and hope that...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server Driver for PHP 2.0 CTP adds PHP's PDO style data access for SQL Server

    Today at DrupalCon SF 2010, we are reaching an important milestone by releasing a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of the new SQL Server Driver for PHP 2.0 , which includes support for PHP Data Objects (PDO). Alongside our efforts, the Commerce Guys , a company providing ecommerce solutions with Drupal...
  • Blog Post: Functions to return row count and field count

    It’s great to see that people are downloading our the February CTP build of our PHP driver and that we’re getting feedback on our new features. We look forward to more of your feedback and we’re in the process of setting up a new forum specifically for questions and feedback for the PHP driver. ...
  • Blog Post: Breaking API changes in the February '08 CTP

    Thanks so much for the feedback on our first Technical Preview. It's great to see people engaging with the bits at such a detailed level and the feedback we've gotten thus far has been spot on and extremely constructive. We've been hard at work digesting all the suggestions and turning them into a design...
  • Blog Post: Transparency in the Design Process

    We have been looking at various options to ensure that the design of our SQL Server Driver for PHP truly reflects the requirements of the day to day challenges that our developer community faces when building real-world web applications and service s. We would like to start by being as transparent as...
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