PHP SQLSRV Linux: Access Microsoft SQL Server databases in Linux

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This package can be used to access Microsoft SQL Server databases in Linux.

It provides a class that can access Microsoft SQL server databases using PDO dblib driver.

The package also provides global functions that wrap around the class that emulate functions of the sqlsrv PHP extension that is available on Windows.

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The Microsoft SQL Server is a popular database server often used by many companies that prefer to use Microsoft based products.

The sqlsrv PHP extension is the usual means to access a Microsoft SQL Server database under Windows. However this extension does not exist for the Linux operating system.

This package provides a solution based dblib driver for the PDO extension to access Microsoft SQL Server databases from a Linux installation.

It also provides functions that emulate the sqlsrv extension functions on Linux, so the same PHP application code can run either in Windows and Linux.

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sqlshim &bull; sqlsrv for Linux/OS X

sqlshim replicates sqlsrv (Microsoft SQL Server Driver for PHP) functionality on Linux/OS X.

It began as a small set of spoofed sqlsrv functions and has since evolved into a full-on sqlsrv replacement.

It is currently in alpha and is primarily intended for use in dev environments or non-mission-critical applications. But I can't tell you what to do.

Getting Started

  1. `$ composer require "radsectors/sqlshim:dev-master"`
  2. `<?php require 'vendor/autoload.php';`
  3. ???
  4. _Profit!_

See the wiki for more detailed documentation and support.

Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING.md for contribution info.

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License

See LICENSE for license info.

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