Building dynamic Web page applications using PHP and IBM solidDB
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Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: January 22, 2009
Learn how to use PHP with IBM® solidDB® to build a dynamic Web page application. IBM solidDB is an in-memory database that features extremely fast transaction speeds for queries of even the largest databases. PHP is a scripting language that has become a widely used platform for Web applications. This article shows you how to use PHP to connect to a solidDB database and perform basic operations such as retrieve, update, and delete. You can use these steps as a foundation for building rich Web applications that harness the power of solidDB.
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