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Can Create single (dynamic) store procedure for Insert,Update, Delete of 100 of tables.

Hello,
 I want to create single store procedure in php mysql for all operations. Where I want pass all parameters including table name and column name. I don't want to create 100 procedure for my 100 table. Insted of creating 100 procedure want to create single procedure where i can perform my 100 tables operations.
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Pravin Bnakar
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Pravin Bnakar
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Olaf DoschkeSoftware DeveloperCommented:
And what's hindering you? You create an sql string and send it to MySQL, you can compose it as needed.
Have a look at ActiveRecord (as used by Laravel, for example): http://www.phpactiverecord.org/

Bye, Olaf.
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Pravin BnakarAuthor Commented:
I am not getting what you want to say.
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Olaf DoschkeSoftware DeveloperCommented:
ActiveRecord does what you want to do. Take a look at its source code. Or simpler: Take it and use it.

Bye, Olaf.
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Ray PaseurCommented:
If you do not understand the meaning of the Active Record design pattern and you're not willing to invest the time to learn it, you might want to consider using E-E Gigs.  You can get a professional programmer to help you with the details of the implementation!  

Your required solution may not have to be the classic AR design pattern; it may be possible to use any of a number of CRUD-type abstraction layers.  But I think Olaf has you on the right track.
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Marco GasiFreelancerCommented:
AFAIK a stored procedure can't include more than one single op: you can have a stored procedure for SELECT, one for INSERT and so on.
So you can use ActiveRecord and use its abstraction to do the same thing.
Alternatively, you could write your own class with methods to do exactly what you want. You could modify a class like this one: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/create-a-php5-framework-part-2--net-805
or just keep it as it is and use it in a loop for all 100 tables.

Maybe you can be more specific in your question to help us to give you better answers :)
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Olaf DoschkeSoftware DeveloperCommented:
In fact ActiveRecord does not work with Stored Procs, but prepared PDO Statements. I still recommend this, because you don't really profit from 100 of stored procs nor 1 stored proc. I can reuse this for the third time now, to spare my time: http://www.joinfu.com/2010/05/mysql-stored-procedures-aint-all-that/

Prepared statements give you all the advantages you may get from stored procs "only" anyway. And a single stored proc can only do the same as ActiveRecord does, build up an sql command string and prepare/execute it.

Bye, Olaf.
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