Integrating MySQL subroutines starts with good database design. Good database design requires understanding the business problem and technology stack possibilities. Web 2.0 and AJAX raise the ante with more complex transaction control problems. This presentation addresses how to create MySQL stored programs to solve these problems.
Merits of functions over procedures Merits of definer and invoker rights Merits of MySQL security-layers with stored programs Simplification of PHP when using stored programs Transaction control provided by stored programs Approaches for page and page-fragment refreshes
I teach database technology and systems analysis in the Computer Information Technology Department at BYU – Idaho. I’ve worked as an application developer, DBA, and database designer for over twenty-five years with Oracle, MySQL, and DB2 databases. I’ve authored or co-authored books on PHP and Oracle programming.
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