The Oracle PHP Cookbook
by John Alphonse, Justin Kestelyn
Publisher: Oracle 2009
Whether you are a Web developer or enterprise developer looking to combine the robustness of the Oracle engine with the simplicity, performance, and ease-of-use of PHP, you are bound to find several interesting recipes here, each contributed by PHP coders, that will help you take full advantage of both technologies.
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