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Easy to use ORM with fulltext search and/or search library [message #182182] Tue, 16 July 2013 10:49 Go to next message
curdin.caspar is currently offline  curdin.caspar
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Hey guys

I'm not really a PHP pro, I'm at home in the .NET world, but I need/want to help a friend of mine to create an application.

What I need is an easy to use ORM which supports fulltext search and is configurable in the way that the properties of my entities won't have the same name as the DB columns.

Basically the application will contain a lot of search.

I already decided to use FuelPHP as my framework of choice because it looks easy enough that a hobby programmer, which my friend is, can use it.

Do you have any recommendations for me?

Thanks in advance
Curdin
Re: Easy to use ORM with fulltext search and/or search library [message #182183 is a reply to message #182182] Tue, 16 July 2013 17:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Tuesday 16 July 2013 10:49, in comp.lang.php, curdin(dot)caspar(at)gmail(dot)com
wrote:

> Hey guys
>
> I'm not really a PHP pro, I'm at home in the .NET world, but I need/want
> to help a friend of mine to create an application.
>
> What I need is an easy to use ORM which supports fulltext search and is
> configurable in the way that the properties of my entities won't have the
> same name as the DB columns.
>
> Basically the application will contain a lot of search.
>
> I already decided to use FuelPHP as my framework of choice because it
> looks easy enough that a hobby programmer, which my friend is, can use it.

Will the ORM built into FuelPHP not do what you need an ORM to do?

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Re: Easy to use ORM with fulltext search and/or search library [message #182201 is a reply to message #182183] Fri, 19 July 2013 02:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
curdin.caspar is currently offline  curdin.caspar
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Hey

I decided to change his database scheme. The more I thought about it the more it made sense to change it the way it really should be ;-)

He'll has to modify his import :P

And in that case the FuelPHP ORM should be fine.

Anyway, thanks!
Re: Easy to use ORM with fulltext search and/or search library [message #182203 is a reply to message #182201] Fri, 19 July 2013 03:11 Go to previous message
Thomas 'PointedEars'  is currently offline  Thomas 'PointedEars'
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curdin(dot)caspar(at)gmail(dot)com wrote:

> I decided to change his database scheme. The more I thought about it the
> more it made sense to change it the way it really should be ;-)
>
> He'll has to modify his import :P
>
> And in that case the FuelPHP ORM should be fine.

Any ORM that *requires* the *same* property names as field names is
questionable at best, though.


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