sfMySQLToolsPlugin - 0.1.0
symfony MySQL Tools plugin
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Some useful task for MySQL
Provide many useful tasks that MySQL cannot do through PHP
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MySQL Tools is a symfony plugin that provides some useful tasks to (re)create triggers, events and procedures. PHP cannot create this kind of MySQL stuff, so you need to have an access to the MySQL Client command line.
It provide 4 tasks :
You have to create 3 new files into data/sql
Find a way to get the database connection parameter directly from the databases.yml
Find a way to catch the mysql client return when an error occur