Commit f77f88b9 authored by Jennifer Hodgdon's avatar Jennifer Hodgdon
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Issue #2312607 by lokeoke: Fix formatting issue on Database topic page

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* @{
* Allow the use of different database servers using the same code base.
* @sec sec_intro Overview
* @section sec_intro Overview
* Drupal's database abstraction layer provides a unified database query API
* that can query different underlying databases. It is built upon PHP's
* PDO (PHP Data Objects) database API, and inherits much of its syntax and
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* For more detailed information on the database abstraction layer, see
* @sec sec_entity Querying entities
* @section sec_entity Querying entities
* Any query on Drupal entities or fields should use the Entity Query API. See
* the @link entity_api entity API topic @endlink for more information.
* @sec sec_simple Simple SELECT database queries
* @section sec_simple Simple SELECT database queries
* For simple SELECT queries that do not involve entities, the Drupal database
* abstraction layer provides the functions db_query() and db_query_range(),
* which execute SELECT queries (optionally with range limits) and return result
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* ... array(':my_field' => 'foo') ...
* @endcode
* @sec sec_dynamic Dynamic SELECT queries
* @section sec_dynamic Dynamic SELECT queries
* For SELECT queries where the simple query API described in @ref sec_simple
* will not work well, you need to use the dynamic query API. However, you
* should still use the Entity Query API if your query involves entities or
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* @endcode
* There are also methods to join to other tables, add fields with aliases,
* isNull() to have a @code WHERE IS NULL @code condition, etc. See
* isNull() to have a @code WHERE IS NULL @endcode condition, etc. See
* for many more details.
* One note on chaining: It is common in the dynamic database API to chain
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* returns the query or something else, and only chain methods that return the
* query.
* @sec_insert INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE queries
* @section_insert INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE queries
* INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE queries need special care in order to behave
* consistently across databases; you should never use db_query() to run
* an INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE query. Instead, use functions db_insert(),
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* ->execute();
* @endcode
* @sec sec_transaction Tranactions
* @section sec_transaction Tranactions
* Drupal supports transactions, including a transparent fallback for
* databases that do not support transactions. To start a new transaction,
* call @code $txn = db_transaction(); @endcode The transaction will
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* }
* @endcode
* @sec sec_connection Database connection objects
* @section sec_connection Database connection objects
* The examples here all use functions like db_select() and db_query(), which
* can be called from any Drupal method or function code. In some classes, you
* may already have a database connection object in a member variable, or it may
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