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mnewnham
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 ====== ADOdb Proxy Server ====== ====== ADOdb Proxy Server ======
 +<WRAP important>​
 +This functionality is deprecated as of ADOdb 5.21.0 and will be removed in a later release, unless the community contributes with necessary security enhancements,​ [[https://​github.com/​ADOdb/​ADOdb/​pull/​444|as discussed on Github]].
 +</​WRAP>​
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 ===== Introduction ===== ===== Introduction =====
 The ADOdb Proxy server provides a simple method of extending a database connection to provide a simple REST server via http. It provides a limited number of ADOdb commands that can be executed across an http channel against any supported database. The ADOdb Proxy server provides a simple method of extending a database connection to provide a simple REST server via http. It provides a limited number of ADOdb commands that can be executed across an http channel against any supported database.
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 +<WRAP alert>
 +**Security warning - use with extreme caution !**
 +Depending on how it is setup, this feature can potentially expose the database to attacks, particularly if used with a privileged user account. ​
 +</​WRAP>​
  
 ===== Server Side Usage ===== ===== Server Side Usage =====
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 ===== Client Side Usage ===== ===== Client Side Usage =====
-Configuration of the client side differs only slightly from the normal ADOdb configuration.+Configuration of the client side differs only slightly from the normal ADOdb configuration. ​For information about the client side driver, see [[v5:​database:​proxy|Proxy Client]]
  
 <code php> <code php>
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 * Create an SQL command * Create an SQL command
 */ */
-$SQL = "​SELECT * FROM employees";​+$sql = "​SELECT * FROM employees";​
  
 /* /*
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