Author: Manuel Lemos
Package: PHP DB Connection PDO
Many PHP applications need to access a database server and execute SQL queries to store and retrieve data in database table records.
If for some reason, the database server is not available for connection, any queries that the applications need to execute will fail with an error that may not be very clear what is the real cause.
This package provides a simple solution to check the availability of the database server.
It executes a dummy SQL query that is not useful for storing and retrieving data from the database server.
It only serves the purpose of checking if the database server is accessible.
About the PHP DB Connection PDO Package
The basic purpose is: Query SQL database with parameters from .env files
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can query SQL databases with parameters from .env files.
It can establish a database connection using the PDO extension using connection parameters read from a .env configuration file.
The package can also execute several types of SQL queries using prepared statements, and query parameter values passed using arrays.
Currently, it can execute:
- Arbitrary SQL queries
- SELECT SQL queries and return the whole result set in an array
- Check if the database server is accessible by executing a SELECT query that does not return useful results
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