PHP 5.4.33 Released

pg_result_status

(PHP 4 >= 4.2.0, PHP 5)

pg_result_status Get status of query result

Descripción

mixed pg_result_status ( resource $result [, int $type = PGSQL_STATUS_LONG ] )

pg_result_status() returns the status of a result resource, or the PostgreSQL command completion tag associated with the result

Parámetros

result

PostgreSQL query result resource, returned by pg_query(), pg_query_params() or pg_execute() (among others).

type

Either PGSQL_STATUS_LONG to return the numeric status of the result, or PGSQL_STATUS_STRING to return the command tag of the result. If not specified, PGSQL_STATUS_LONG is the default.

Valores devueltos

Possible return values are PGSQL_EMPTY_QUERY, PGSQL_COMMAND_OK, PGSQL_TUPLES_OK, PGSQL_COPY_OUT, PGSQL_COPY_IN, PGSQL_BAD_RESPONSE, PGSQL_NONFATAL_ERROR and PGSQL_FATAL_ERROR if PGSQL_STATUS_LONG is specified. Otherwise, a string containing the PostgreSQL command tag is returned.

Ejemplos

Ejemplo #1 pg_result_status() example

<?php

// Connect to the database
$conn pg_pconnect("dbname=publisher");

// Execute a COPY
$result pg_query($conn"COPY authors FROM STDIN;");

// Get the result status
$status pg_result_status($result);

// Determine status
if ($status == PGSQL_COPY_IN)
   echo 
"Copy began.";
else
   echo 
"Copy failed.";
 
?>

El resultado del ejemplo sería:

Copy began.

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User Contributed Notes 4 notes

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Anonymous
6 months ago
This function is useful it may not return a  full non fatal error but you want to see if the query completes anyway.

example

<?PHP
//connect to pg database
// create PGSQL

$PGSTAT = pg_result_status($PGSQL);//defaults to long

//And run it through a check for example

if(($PGSTAT == 1) || ($PGSTAT == 2)){
// for query results;
}else if(($PGSTAT == 3) || ($PGSTAT == 4)){
// for copy results;
}
if((
$PGSTAT != 0) && ($PGSTAT != 5) && ($PGSTAT != 6) && ($PGSTAT != 7)){
// your code;
}else{
// $ERRORS codes;
}
// This is worked the best for me so far  I tried using
// The command tag and I seem to still get an numeric result
//example
//$PGSTAT = pg_result_status($PGSQL, PGSQL_COMMAND_OK);
// got something like tuples ok so I recommend just use default long
?>
or use what ever condition check you feel fit
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dean at deansas dot org
1 year ago
The postgres docs say that PHP should never be able to return PGRES_NONFATAL_ERROR

"A result of status PGRES_NONFATAL_ERROR will never be returned directly by PQexec or other query execution functions" http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/static/libpq-exec.html

Therefore you cannot use this function to check if this query produced a notice.
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Meej Vaj
9 years ago
If on "accident" your program passes pg_result_status a variable that is NOT a actual pg resource, it will return an empty string.
(This is important to know if you want to make sure a pg resource is "good" before attempting some operation on it).
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romix at gmx dot de
11 years ago
0 = PGSQL_EMPTY_QUERY
1 = PGSQL_COMMAND_OK
2 = PGSQL_TUPLES_OK
3 = PGSQL_COPY_TO
4 = PGSQL_COPY_FROM
5 = PGSQL_BAD_RESPONSE
6 = PGSQL_NONFATAL_ERROR
7 = PGSQL_FATAL_ERROR
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