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        Php Object Generator Tutorials
        1. Introduction to POG
        2. Setting up PHP, MySQL etc.
        3. Designing your objects
        4. Generating your code
        5. Description of the generated code
        6. Edit configuration file
        7. The Setup Process
        8. Using the code: Save()
        9. Using the code: Get()
        10. Using the code: SaveNew()
        11. Using the code: GetList()
        12. Using the code: Delete()
        13. Using the code: DeleteList()
        14. Advanced: object relations
        15. Advanced: Set{Parent}()
        16. Advanced: Get{Parent}()
        17. Advanced: Add{Child}()
        18. Advanced: Get{Child}List()
        19. Advanced: Save(deep)
        20. Advanced: Delete(deep)
        21. Advanced: Add{Sibling}()
        22. Advanced: Set{Child}List()
        23. Advanced: Set{Sibling}List()
        24. Advanced: Get{Sibling}List()
        25. Advanced: DeleteList(deep)
        26. Customizing POG-generated code
        27. Customizing: Extending POG Objects
        28. Customizing: Plugins
        29. Examples
        30. Examples: User registration system
        31. Examples: User authentication
        32. Examples: Survey form
        33. Examples: Using POG with AJAX
        34. PDO: Introduction
        35. PDO: SQLite example
        36. PDO: Firebird example
        37. PDO: PostgreSQL example
        38. PDO: MySQL example
        39. PDO: ODBC example
        40. Troubleshooting
        41. Troubleshooting: Data appears encoded
        42. Troubleshooting: Can't regenerate object
        43. Troubleshooting: Can't seem to Save()
        44. Troubleshooting: Can't get object / object attributes from database
        45. Troubleshooting: Can't open zip file on Mac
        46. Troubleshooting: Setup screen is blank
        47. Videos
        48. Appendix: Creating table(s) manually
        49. Appendix: Regenerating objects
        50. Appendix: Generating objects using SOAP
        51. Case Study: Gravity GTD
        52. Case Study: Web Form Factory

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        PDO: SQLite example

        NOTE: The example is now obsolete, due to the fact that POG stopped out-of-the-box support for databases other than MySQL

        Using Php 5.1+ with an SQLite database is very useful when your host doesn’t have MySQL already installed. More information about the SQLite database can be found here. In a few words: SQLite is a small C library that implements a self-contained, embeddable, zero-configuration SQL database engine

        Using Php Object Generator, you can generate objects for Php 5.1 which connect to an SQLite database through the PDO interface.

        The following example will show you how to create a simple feedback form using Php Object Generator and SQLite. Requirements: Php 5.1, SQLite 3:

        First, create the feedback form HTML:

        Check that the feedback form is correct by opening it in your browser:

        Download the code

        Since we are using the SQLite database instead of MySQL, we need to perform a few more steps before we’re able to use the POG-generated code.

        First download the SQLite Database Browser. It’s available as a free download on sourceforge. Once the SQLite Database Browser is on your system, you’ll be able to easily create and manage your SQLite databases.

        Next, download the SQLite 3 binary

        At this point, you should have something like this in a folder somewhere on your system:

        Next either use SDB or the command line utility to create an SQLite database called “test.db”. Then run the generated SQL query on this database. This should create the table to store your Feedback object.

        Once your database has been created, you should see that a file (test.db) has been created in your directory

        All we need to do now is process the data that’s submitted from the feedback form, create a FEEDBACK object and Save it to the database.

        This is the simplified code to process the data when the form is submitted:

        $feedback= new Feedback();
        $feedback-&gt;name = $_POST['name'];
        $feedback-&gt;email = $_POST['email'];
        $feedback-&gt;comment = $_POST['comment'];
        if ($feedback-&gt;Save())
            echo "feedback successfully saved";

        A simple test to check if the feedback system works:



        POG documentation summary:

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