(PHP 4 >= 4.0.2, PHP 5 <= 5.0.5, PECL ingres >= 1.0.0)
ingres_num_rows — Get the number of rows affected or returned by a query
This function primarily is meant to get the number of rows modified in the database. However, it can be used to retrieve the number of rows to fetch for a SELECT statement.
If scrollable cursors are disabled and this function is called before using ingres_fetch_array(), ingres_fetch_object(), or ingres_fetch_row(), the server will delete the result's data and the script will be unable to get them.
Instead, you should retrieve the result's data using one of these fetch functions in a loop until it returns
FALSE, indicating that no more results are available.
The result identifier for a query
For delete, insert, or update queries, ingres_num_rows() returns the number of rows affected by the query. For other queries, ingres_num_rows() returns the number of rows in the query's result.
- ingres_query() - Send an SQL query to Ingres
- ingres_fetch_array() - Fetch a row of result into an array
- ingres_fetch_assoc() - Fetch a row of result into an associative array
- ingres_fetch_object() - Fetch a row of result into an object
- ingres_fetch_row() - Fetch a row of result into an enumerated array