Use SQL*Plus to query the When you manipulate data in an Oracle Database (insert, update, or delete data), the changed or new data is only available within your database session until it is committed to the database.When the changed data is committed to the database, it is then available to other users and sessions. By default, when PHP executes a SQL statement it automatically commits.
This allows you to execute the statement again, without reparsing it with the new value, and can improve performance of your code.
If you don't see the returned rows, you may have deleted these employees in the web application part of the tutorial.
This tutorial shows you how to use PHP with Oracle Database 11g.
Approximately 2 hours PHP is a popular web scripting language, and is often used to create database-driven web sites.
You may also need to execute the query while 'ab' is running to see the pooled servers working.