||This is the official PHP Extension to connect to CUBRID Database.
Esen Sagynov (lead)
||CUBRID is an open source database management system highly optimized for Web applications (http://www.cubrid.org). The current PHP extension is fully compatibly with the latest stable version of CUBRID Database. To post issues and report bugs, please use CUBRID Official Forum at http://forum.cubrid.org.
2008 R3.1 Release
This release is a major release. CUBRID 3.1 Stable has been released. Several new
features have been added to this version including new BLOB and CLOB data types and
new APIs in JDBC/CCI which can get foreign key information. Accordingly new functions
and features are added in this CUBRID PHP version, and some bugs have been fixed.
- Add more CUBRID-MySQL Compatibility functions:
- Add Lob related functions:
Glo data type has been removed from CUBRID 3.1, BLOB/CLOB can be used to replace it. So
removed Glo related functions:
Changed and Enhanced Features:
- Add three new schema type integer constants for cubrid_schema:
They can be used to get foreign key information.
- cubrid_bind support BLOB and CLOB data types.
- cubrid_unbuffered_query now is worthy of its name. It won't need to wait
for that all query results have been complete. It will return when the
results are being generated, so you can't use cubrid_num_rows and
cubrid_data_seek on a result set returned from cubrid_unbuffered_query.
- cubrid_fetch_object: Add new parameters class_name and params, which can
pass the name of class to instantiate and the constructor for class_name objects.
- When cubrid_schema and cubrid_col_size fails, return false instead of -1.
- last db connetion/request resource management: If there is no variable to refer these resources, they will be removed by garbage collector.
- cubrid_execute: If cubrid fails to get result info after executing sql statement, there may be memory leak.
- cubrid_disconnect: When disconnecting any db connection, it will always reset the last request and connection info.
- cubrid_unbuffered_query: When query execution fails, it don't free the allocated request resource.