XML DB: Manage XML and MySQL databases using SQL

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This package can be used to manage XML and MySQL databases using SQL.

It can create a database with tables stored on XML document files, PHP serialized data or MySQL using separate driver classes.

All drivers support querying data using the same SQL syntax.

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SQL databases like MySQL are the most frequently used by PHP applications.

If for some reason you cannot use MySQL, you may have to resort to files to store and retrieve application data.

This class makes it easy to work with file based databases by providing SQL support to query XML documents or files with data in the PHP serialize format.

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File Role Description
xmldb.php Class sql parser and driver xml
example.php Example sample XMLTable and XMLDatabase classes
example_mysql.php Example example mysql
xmldb_frm.php Class forms generator for xmldb
xmldb_mysql.php Class mysql driver for xmldb
xmldb_serialize.php Class serialize driver for xmldb
xmldb_sqlite3.php Class sqlite driver

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