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Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Zend Database Query - Zend Profiler Example - Code Snippets

Zend Profiler: It is used to display the queries executed by zend indirectly with MySql. It will show all the queries like insert, update, delete etc.

Zend Profiler is very important just because it show the queries but It can help you to improve the performance of your website.

See How you can use the Zend Profiler.
  1. With zend profiler you will get to know what type of queries are running in your application and which is making slow your website.
  2. Zend Profiler also also how much time each query is taking to execute.
  3. you can get to know, what are un-necessary queries are running
  4. What queries are running multiple times
  5. For future you can store these queries for further use.


 See below Example, How to use zend Profiler

//create class
class Application_Model_Test extends Zend_Db_Table_Abstract {
    protected $_name = 'tests';
    protected $_primary = 'id';

    //create function
    function insertData($data) {
        /** enable the zend profiler **/
        $this->getAdapter()->getProfiler()->setEnabled(true);
        $profiler = $this->getAdapter()->getProfiler();
        /** enable the zend profiler **/

        //save data
        $this->insert($data);

        /** to list the mysql queries * */
        foreach ($profiler->getQueryProfiles() as $query) {
            $sqlQuery = $query->getQuery();
            $params = $query->getQueryParams();
            echo $sqlQuery = str_replace(array('?'), $params, $sqlQuery);
            echo '';            
        }
        
        /** to list the mysql queries * */
    }
}




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