Let's discuss the necessary steps to install MDB2, to create an MDB2 object, and then set up some options to set the data fetch mode and finally disconnect from the database.
When installing MDB2, keep in mind that the MDB2 package does not include any database drivers, so these will need to be installed separately. MDB2 is stable, but as explained earlier, since the packages have different release cycles, the status of the package you plan to use may be beta, alpha, or still in development. This will need to be taken into consideration when installing a driver package.
The easiest way to install MDB2 is by using the PEAR installer:
> pear install MDB2
This command will install the core MDB2 classes, but ...