Poll: Which database handlers would be important to you?
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MS-SQL
30.99%
22 30.99%
DB2
0%
0 0%
Interbase
2.82%
2 2.82%
Oracle
9.86%
7 9.86%
AWS ...
9.86%
7 9.86%
PDO
46.48%
33 46.48%
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[feature] Database Handlers

#11
"most popular databases" doesn't mean anything. Databases used for big data, business intelligence and cloud services will affect those results. You should look for most popular databases for PHP web application.
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#12
(09-25-2019, 10:05 AM)includebeer Wrote: "most popular databases" doesn't mean anything. Databases used for big data, business intelligence and cloud services will affect those results. You should look for most popular databases for PHP web application.

If you have done what you suggest you might have noticed that the players are the same albeit in a different order. (And still no mention of PDO)
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#13
(09-25-2019, 07:18 PM)dave friend Wrote:
(09-25-2019, 10:05 AM)includebeer Wrote: "most popular databases" doesn't mean anything. Databases used for big data, business intelligence and cloud services will affect those results. You should look for most popular databases for PHP web application.

If you have done what you suggest you might have noticed that the players are the same albeit in a different order. (And still no mention of PDO)

Yes, they're the same, but the order is important. CI dev team won't support 15 databases. They'll support the most popular.
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#14
I would choose MariaDB(MySQL) and(or) PostgreSQL :/
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#15
(09-26-2019, 11:37 AM)Digital_Wolf Wrote: I would choose MariaDB(MySQL) and(or) PostgreSQL :/

That's what we have at the moment. The purpose of the thread was to determine other candidates & prioritize them.
It sounds like most support is for a CI4 PDO driver.
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#16
(09-25-2019, 07:18 PM)dave friend Wrote:
(09-25-2019, 10:05 AM)includebeer Wrote: "most popular databases" doesn't mean anything. Databases used for big data, business intelligence and cloud services will affect those results. You should look for most popular databases for PHP web application.

If you have done what you suggest you might have noticed that the players are the same albeit in a different order. (And still no mention of PDO)

PDO wouldn't be mentioned, it's a database abstraction layer, not a database. Thus, it wouldn't be appropriate to list it in a list of commonly used databases. However, if you take that list and see which have PDO drivers, you'll find that many of those are covered by it. Next, you would want to look at commonly used DBAL/ORM solutions on PHP, and see how many of those are PDO based.
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#17
Here, with CI i'm using like hybrid cars ... MariaDB and/or SQLite, via the CI's orm.
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#18
how about including mongodb as another databases, i like mongodb cause its just can make mindblow field or another nested field. i dunno i just interested using mongodb
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