ADOdb is a fast, easy to use, popular database abstraction layer for PHP. It allows the same code to be used when accessing a wide range of databases. It has been actively maintained since 2000 by the project's founder and numerous community contributors. ADOdb contains components for querying and updating databases, as well as an Object Orientated Active Record library, schema management and performance monitoring. It also contains the following standalone extensions:
Note that ADOdb is not a replacement for the native PHP database extensions, but is built on top of them. This means that the corresponding driver(s) must be installed and correctly configured for ADOdb to work.
ADOdb runs on all active versions of PHP including PHP 7
You can post an issue in the Github issue tracker.
To help with quick resolution:
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Follow us on @ADOdb_announce on twitter. We post notices of new releases and important bug fixes first there.
|08/03/2018||ADOdb version 5.20.10 is available. Full Changelog|
|21/12/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.9 is available. Full Changelog|
|17/12/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.8 is available. Full Changelog|
|20/09/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.7 is available. Full Changelog|
|31/08/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.6 is available. Full Changelog|
|10/08/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.5 is available. Full Changelog|
|09/04/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.4 is available. Full Changelog|
|01/01/2016||ADOdb version 5.20.3 is available. Full Changelog|
|27/12/2015||ADOdb version 5.20.2 is available. Full Changelog|
|06/12/2015||ADOdb version 5.20.1 is available. Full Changelog|
Version 5.19 was released in 2013, you should be at least to that point.
The ADOdb user base is large, with an average of 300 downloads a week. We have put together a short list of some current projects.
You are welcome to contribute to the project and help the Open Source community:
2000-2013 © John Lim
2014- © Damien Regad, Mark Newnham & The ADOdb Community
ADODb is dual-licensed under the BSD and Lesser GPL license, with the BSD License having priority.