(PHP 4, PHP 5)
odbc_execute — Execute a prepared statement
Executes a statement prepared with odbc_prepare().
Parameters in parameter_array will be substituted for placeholders in the prepared statement in order. Elements of this array will be converted to strings by calling this function.
Any parameters in parameter_array which start and end with single quotes will be taken as the name of a file to read and send to the database server as the data for the appropriate placeholder.If you wish to store a string which actually begins and ends with single quotes, you must add a space or other non-single-quote character to the beginning or end of the parameter, which will prevent the parameter from being taken as a file name. If this is not an option, then you must use another mechanism to store the string, such as executing the query directly with odbc_exec()).
Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.
Example #1 odbc_execute() and odbc_prepare() example
In the following code, $success will only be TRUE if all three parameters to myproc are IN parameters:
$a = 1;
$b = 2;
$c = 3;
$stmt = odbc_prepare($conn, 'CALL myproc(?,?,?)');
$success = odbc_execute($stmt, array($a, $b, $c));
If you need to call a stored procedure using INOUT or OUT parameters, the recommended workaround is to use a native extension for your database (for example, mssql for MS SQL Server, or oci8 for Oracle).
|4.2.0||File reading is now subject to safe mode and open-basedir restrictions in parameters_array.|
|4.1.1||Remote files are no longer supported in parameters_array.|
- odbc_prepare() - Prepares a statement for execution