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Microsoft’s Commitment to Interoperability

In our continued commitment to interoperability, we would like to share what the SQL Server product team has been doing for Java and PHP developers. We understand that our customers have application development across all platforms, so providing consistent data access across multi-platform solutions is our mission. We provide enterprise-class solutions for Java developers to...

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SQL Server Driver for PHP 2.0 with support for PDO (PHP Data Objects)

Today, we released a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of the SQL Server Driver for PHP 2.0 with support for PDO (PHP Data Objects). This new technical bridge for PHP developers that will reduce the complexity of targeting multiple databases and will make it easier for PHP applications to interoperate smoothly with Microsoft SQL Server 2005...

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New PHP Blog from Brian Swan

My name is Brian Swan. I’m a fan of both PHP and Microsoft technologies, and I work in the  SQL Server organization here at Microsoft as a content publisher. I’ve started a new blog, http://blogs.msdn.com/brian_swan, to follow Microsoft’s endeavors into PHP interoperability and to provide PHP developers with technical content that helps them write PHP...

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SQL Server 2008 Feature Pack Released

A collection of 26 free stand-alone tools, components and frameworks has been released. This collection is designed to enhance using and developing for SQL Server 2008 as well as other versions of SQL Server. The Feature Pack consists of the following: Microsoft ADOMD.NET ADOMD.NET is a Microsoft .NET Framework object model that enables software developers...

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