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A good review, I like the AnyData module. JZed is also very good at helping out for us noobs, so that is another plus for the module.

There is also a stand-alone version of themodule, which you can ftp up onto a server and have running in minutes. For me this has been really handy for getting database driven prototypes up and running in short amounts of time on pretty much any webserver.

For a noob like myself, the module allows me to start out using SQL in my code from the beginning. Which means that I have more transportable code. I can move it to a "real" database pretty easily.

Joins would be good and maybe will come soon? Not that I really know how to use them! :-)

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In reply to Re: DBD::Anydata by lwicks
in thread DBD::Anydata by idsfa

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