In this article we've taken a fairly detailed look at how to run basic SQL commands as well as SQL Server stored procedures using PHP and its mssql_xxx set of functions. Hopefully you now have all of the knowledge you need to implement SQL Server stored procedure functionality into your web pages and applications. When I was interested in using SQL Server with PHP there were literally no resources that I could find to help me out, so I spent several hours trying to figure it out. Hopefully with this article you won’t have to go through what I did.
Until next time, have fun playing around with PHP and SQL Server.
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