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mysqlnd_ms_match_wild

(PECL mysqlnd_ms >= 1.1.0)

mysqlnd_ms_match_wildFinds whether a table name matches a wildcard pattern or not

Description

bool mysqlnd_ms_match_wild ( string $table_name , string $wildcard )

Finds whether a table name matches a wildcard pattern or not.

This function is not of much practical relevance with PECL mysqlnd_ms 1.1.0 because the plugin does not support MySQL replication table filtering yet.

Parameters

table_name

The table name to check if it is matched by the wildcard.

wildcard

The wildcard pattern to check against the table name. The wildcard pattern supports the same placeholders as MySQL replication filters do.

MySQL replication filters can be configured by using the MySQL Server configuration options --replicate-wild-do-table and --replicate-wild-do-db. Please, consult the MySQL Reference Manual to learn more about this MySQL Server feature.

The supported placeholders are:

  • % - zero or more literals
  • % - one literal

Placeholders can be escaped using \.

Return Values

Returns TRUE table_name is matched by wildcard. Otherwise, returns FALSE

Examples

Example #1 mysqlnd_ms_match_wild() example

<?php
var_dump
(mysqlnd_ms_match_wild("schema_name.table_name""schema%"));
var_dump(mysqlnd_ms_match_wild("abc""_"));
var_dump(mysqlnd_ms_match_wild("table1""table_"));
var_dump(mysqlnd_ms_match_wild("asia_customers""%customers"));
var_dump(mysqlnd_ms_match_wild("funny%table","funny\%table"));
var_dump(mysqlnd_ms_match_wild("funnytable""funny%table"));
?>

The above example will output:

bool(true)
bool(false)
bool(true)
bool(true)
bool(true)
bool(true)

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