PHP // Standard Database Connectivity Templates

Hi all,
we are looking for a way to standardize database access by means of function calls or so...
1. PHP connects to standard database e.g. MaxDB
2. PHP reads/writes (SELECT, UPDATE...) via standard templates from/to database
Is there any standard framework one could use for this kind of task??
Ciao
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dr_dedoCommented:
you could always implement your own class to standardize your db connection and manipulation, there are a vide varity of classes ready to use or simply create your own. see phpclasses.org for a handful of classes
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mattaobCommented:
I wrote my own class:

pseudo code below
<?
  class db {
    
    function db() {
       connect to database here
    }
 
    function getone($sql) {
       code to get one value from a single row
    }
 
    function getrow($sql) {
       code to get a single row
    }
 
    function getall($sql) {
       code to get all values from a query
    }
 
    etc etc etc
  }

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Loganathan NatarajanLAMP DeveloperCommented:
I  too recommend to write your own standard classes by applying all the functions .., it is good always how to use & where to use...

but you can still look for those db files / package /library /template from the standard open source projects like cms solutions or any other professional tools... they have standard template for db operations..,


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