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mssql_execute

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.7, PHP 5, PECL odbtp >= 1.1.1)

mssql_executeExecutes a stored procedure on a MS SQL server database

Description

mixed mssql_execute ( resource $stmt [, bool $skip_results = false ] )

Executes a stored procedure on a MS SQL server database

Parameters

stmt

Statement handle obtained with mssql_init().

skip_results

Whenever to skip the results or not.

Examples

Example #1 mssql_execute() example

<?php
// Create a new statement
$stmt mssql_init('NewBlogEntry');

// Some data strings
$title 'Test of blogging system';
$content 'If you can read this, then the new system is compatible with MSSQL';

// Bind values
mssql_bind($stmt'@author',    'Felipe Pena',  SQLVARCHAR,     false,  false,   60);
mssql_bind($stmt'@date',      '08/10/2008',   SQLVARCHAR,     false,  false,   20);
mssql_bind($stmt'@title',     $title,         SQLVARCHAR,     false,  false,   60);
mssql_bind($stmt'@content',   $content,       SQLTEXT);

// Execute the statement
mssql_execute($stmt);

// And we can free it like so:
mssql_free_statement($stmt);
?>

Notes

Note:

If the stored procedure returns parameters or a return value these will be available after the call to mssql_execute() unless the stored procedure returns more than one result set. In that case use mssql_next_result() to shift through the results. When the last result has been processed the output parameters and return values will be available.

See Also

PHP Manual