(PHP 4, PHP 5)
odbc_execute — Execute a prepared statement
Executes a statement prepared with odbc_prepare().
parameter_arraywill 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 inIf 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()).
parameter_arraywhich 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.
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).
File reading is now subject to safe mode and
are no longer supported in
- odbc_prepare() - Prepares a statement for execution