yandex-cloud/ydb-php-sdk

Yandex Database SDK (PHP)

v1.0.14 2021-10-22 06:03 UTC

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Last update: 2021-10-22 06:03:58 UTC


README

YDB PHP SDK provides access to Yandex Database cloud services from PHP code.

Yandex Database is a distributed fault-tolerant DBMS with high availability and scalability, strict consistency and ACID. An SQL dialect – YQL – is used for queries.

Yandex Database is available in two modes:

  • Serverless computing mode (only performed operations are paid);
  • Dedicated instance mode (dedicated computing resources are paid).

Documentation

https://cloud.yandex.ru/docs/ydb/

Installation

The recommended method of installing is Composer.

Run the following:

composer require yandex-cloud/ydb-php-sdk

Connection

First, create a database using Yandex Cloud Console.

Yandex Database supports the following authentication methods:

  • OAuth token
  • JWT + private key
  • JWT + JSON file

OAuth token

You should obtain a new OAuth token.

Use your OAuth token:

<?php

use YandexCloud\Ydb\Ydb;

$config = [

    // Database path
    'database'    => '/ru-central1/b1glxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/etn0xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx',

    // Database endpoint
    'endpoint'    => 'ydb.serverless.yandexcloud.net:2135',

    // Auto discovery (dedicated server only)
    'discovery'   => false,

    // IAM config
    'iam_config'  => [
        'temp_dir'       => './tmp', // Temp directory
        'root_cert_file' => './CA.pem', // Root CA file (dedicated server only!)

        // OAuth token authentication
        'oauth_token'    => 'AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA',
    ],
];

$ydb = new Ydb($config);

JWT + private key

Create a service account with the editor role, then create a private key. Also you need a key ID and a service account ID.

Connect to your database:

<?php

use YandexCloud\Ydb\Ydb;

$config = [
    'database'    => '/ru-central1/b1glxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/etn0xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx',
    'endpoint'    => 'ydb.serverless.yandexcloud.net:2135',
    'discovery'   => false,
    'iam_config'  => [
        'temp_dir'           => './tmp', // Temp directory
        'root_cert_file'     => './CA.pem', // Root CA file (dedicated server only!)

        // Private key authentication
        'key_id'             => 'ajexxxxxxxxx',
        'service_account_id' => 'ajeyyyyyyyyy',
        'private_key_file'   => './private.key',
    ],
];

$ydb = new Ydb($config);

JWT + JSON file

Create a service account with the editor role.

Create a service account JSON file, save it in your project as sa_name.json.

Connect to your database:

<?php

use YandexCloud\Ydb\Ydb;

$config = [
    'database'    => '/ru-central1/b1glxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/etn0xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx',
    'endpoint'    => 'ydb.serverless.yandexcloud.net:2135',
    'discovery'   => false,
    'iam_config'  => [
        'temp_dir'       => './tmp', // Temp directory
        'root_cert_file' => './CA.pem', // Root CA file (dedicated server only!)

        // Service account JSON file authentication
        'service_file'   => './sa_name.json',
    ],
];

$ydb = new Ydb($config);

Usage

You should initialize a session from the Table service to start querying.

<?php

use YandexCloud\Ydb\Ydb;

$config = [
    // ...
];

$ydb = new Ydb($config);

// obtaining the Table service
$table = $ydb->table();

// obtaining a session
$session = $table->session();

// making a query
$result = $session->query('select * from `users` limit 10;');

$users_count = $result->rowCount();
$users = $result->rows();

$columns = $result->columns();

Also, you may call the query() method directly on the Table service. In this case a session will be created behind the scenes, and it will proxy your query to the session.

<?php

$table = $ydb->table();

// making a query
$result = $table->query('select * from `users` limit 10;');

As soon as your script is finished, the session will be destroyed.