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I just found out, that Fuel CMS was not meant to be used with a Postgres DB, but I need it, since I have to query a MySQL and a Postgres Db in the same app.
I was able to add and extend the Fuel Postgre Drivers by trial and error. (I think it comes down to rewrite some queries that are not written in strict sql like this:
// mysql LIKE "%xo%" array_push($$joiner_arr, 'LOWER('.$key.') LIKE "%'.strtolower($val).'%"'); // vs. // postgre LIKE '%xo%' array_push($$joiner_arr, 'LOWER('.$key.') LIKE \'%'.strtolower($val).'%\'');
My question is:
In the postgres post from 2011 there were talks about writing tests, but that's unknown terrain for me.