Was : [INTERFACES] Trying to find a PostgreSQL interface
About Zope, that I didn't know about before today, has anyone usage information/examples, or experience he/she can talk about.
I think that it includes the parts I was wondering for : resusable SQL queries repository, and transaction/session management.
Has anyone used this product or compared it with others, and even have pointers to other free products like this one ?
Thanks for any information,
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De: Hannu Krosing [SMTP:hannu(at)trust(dot)ee]
Date: mercredi 25 août 1999 09:18
Cc: Daniel Stolk; pgsql-interfaces(at)hub(dot)org
Objet: Re: [INTERFACES] Trying to find a PostgreSQL interface
Mark Linvill wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Aug 1999, Daniel Stolk wrote:
> >I'm needing to access my PostgreSQL database from the web, or actually
> >the customers need to. I was originally using C with the libpq library,
> >but I was wondering if there are some programs out there that would make
> >it easier and faster for me to set things up? If there aren't, what
> >kind of interface would be best to use? I was looking at PHP, but I'm
> >not sure it will be as powerful as C, but maybe it is powerful enough.
You may also try Zope (http://www.zope.org)
> IMHO, PHP is plenty powerful enough. Development time is
> fabulously quick. The only possible issue might be execution speed.
> Not that PHP is slow, but it can't beat a C CGI.
AFAIK you can save the CGI startup costs as PHP is loaded as a module in
Apache. If it has persistent database connections (like Zope) then you
save the DB connection setup and so it can easyly beat C CGI on anything
but most compute-intensive tasks.
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