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Funciones de Ingres

Tabla de contenidos

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corysbrain-ondrugs at yahoo dot com
7 years ago
My post below works but is *not* the correct way.  It only works because of default behavior.   I'll re-post my understanding of what is "correct" soon.
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corysbrain-ondrugs at yahoo dot com
7 years ago
On the three versions of Linux/Ingres I've worked on, I've always had to modify the following line in the example above:

while ($iirelation = ingres_fetch_object($link)) {

to:

while ($iirelation = ingres_fetch_object()) {

If not, PHP will return "Undefined property" notices. 

However,  it's my understanding that the following is the proper way to access the database (it works as expected):

<?php
// Connecting, selecting database
$link = ingres_connect('database', 'user', 'password')
   or die(
'Could not connect: ' . ingres_error($link));
echo
'Connected successfully';

// Select from a table that exists in all Ingres databases
$query = 'SELECT * FROM iirelation';
$rs = ingres_query($link,$query) or die('Query failed: ' .
ingres_error($link));

// Print results in HTML
// relid - table name
// relowner - table owner
echo "<table>\n";
while (
$iirelation = ingres_fetch_object($rs)) {
   echo
"\t<tr>\n";
   echo
"\t\t<td>" . $iirelation->relid . "</td>\n";
   echo
"\t\t<td>" . $iirelation->relowner . "</td>\n";
   echo
"\t</tr>\n";
}
echo
"</table>\n";

// Commit transaction
ingres_commit($link);
// Closing connection
ingres_close($link);
?>
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