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mssql_field_type

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mssql_field_typeLit le nom d'un champ MS SQL Server

Description

string mssql_field_type ( resource $result [, int $offset = -1 ] )

Retourne le type du champ numéro offset dans le résultat result.

Liste de paramètres

result

La ressource du résultats à évaluer. Ce résultat provient d'un appel à la fonction mssql_query().

offset

La position du champ, en commençant à 0. Si ce paramètre est omis, le champ courant sera utilisé.

Valeurs de retour

Le type du champ spécifié en cas de succès ou FALSE si une erreur survient.

Exemples

Exemple #1 Exemple avec mssql_field_type()

<?php
// Connexion à MSSQL et sélection de la base de données
mssql_connect('MANGO\SQLEXPRESS''sa''phpfi');
mssql_select_db('php');

// Envoi d'une requête MSSQL
$query mssql_query('SELECT [name] FROM [php].[dbo].[persons]');

// Affiche le type de champ et sa taille
echo '\'' mssql_field_name($query0) . '\' est de type ' 
     
strtoupper(mssql_field_type($query0)) . 
     
'(' mssql_field_length($query0) . ')';

// Libère le résultat
mssql_free_result($query);
?>

L'exemple ci-dessus va afficher quelque chose de similaire à :

'name' est de type CHAR(50)

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huib at bestia dot com
9 years ago
If you need a more detailed discription of your column type,

This query shows your true datatypes like:

binary => binary
varbinary => varbinary
varchar => varchar
bit => bit
char => char
datetime => datetime
smalldatetime => smalldatetime
decimal => decimal
real => real
float => float
tinyint => tinyint
smallint => smallint
smallmoney => smallmoney
money => money
nchar => nchar
ntext => ntext
text => text
numeric => numeric
nvarchar => nvarchar


SELECT     sysobjects.name AS tableName, syscolumns.name AS columnName, systypes.name AS columnType
FROM         sysobjects INNER JOIN
                      syscolumns ON sysobjects.id = syscolumns.id INNER JOIN
                      systypes ON syscolumns.type = systypes.type AND syscolumns.xusertype = systypes.xusertype
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nicholas at silverorange dot com
9 years ago
The matching returned values for each of the common datatypes are:

binary => blob
varbinary => blob
varchar => char
bit => bit
char => char
datetime => datetime
smalldatetime => datetime
decimal => real
real => real
float => real
tinyint => int
smallint => int
smallmoney => money
money => money
nchar => char
ntext => text
text => text
numeric => numeric
nvarchar => char
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rmorales at protel dot net dot mx
11 years ago
Here i have an usable code for all u:

   I wanted to know if a field is nullable or if it's defined as a primary key, here are those functions definitions:

*Aditional Notes:
    if any of the tables are replicated in another database exactly , this code will not work well.

//-----to know if a field is nullable-------
function mssql_field_nullable($ip,$user,$pass,$table,$field)//starting from 1st field
{
      $conn=mssql_connect($ip,$user,$pass)or die;
      mssql_select_db('master');
      $result=mssql_query("SELECT syscolumns.isnullable
FROM sysobjects INNER JOIN
    syscolumns ON sysobjects.id = syscolumns.id WHERE sysobjects.name ='$table' AND syscolumns.isnullable = 1");
      $x=mssql_num_rows($result);
      mssql_close($conn);
      return ($x==1?1:0);

}
//-------to know if a field is a primary key-------
function mssql_field_key($ip,$user,$pass,$table,$field)//starting from 1st field
{
      $conn=mssql_connect($ip,$user,$pass)or die;
      mssql_select_db('master');
      $result=mssql_query("SELECT sysindexkeys.colid FROM sysobjects INNER JOIN sysindexkeys ON sysobjects.id = sysindexkeys.id WHERE sysobjects.name ='$table' AND sysindexkeys.colid = $field");
      $x=mssql_num_rows($result);
      mssql_close($conn);
      return ($x==1?1:0);

}
by R.M.R.A
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