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mssql_fetch_batch

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.4, PHP 5, PECL odbtp >= 1.1.1)

mssql_fetch_batchReturns the next batch of records

说明

int mssql_fetch_batch ( resource $result )

Returns the next batch of records.

参数

result

The result resource that is being evaluated. This result comes from a call to mssql_query().

返回值

Returns the number of rows in the returned batch.

范例

Example #1 mssql_fetch_batch() example

<?php
// Connect to MSSQL and select the database
$link mssql_connect('MANGO\SQLEXPRESS''sa''phpfi');
mssql_select_db('php'$link);

// Send a query
$result mssql_query('SELECT * FROM [php].[dbo].[people]'$link100);
$records 10;

while (
$records >= 0) {
    while (
$row mssql_fetch_assoc($result)) {
        
// Do stuff ...
    
}

    --
$records;
}

if (
$batchsize mssql_fetch_batch($result)) {
    
// $batchsize is the number of records left 
    // in the result, but not shown above
}
?>

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salvarez at jetmultimedia dot es
8 months ago
If you are doing more than one mssql_query(), you must do a mssql_free_result() to avoid undesirable results of mssql_fetch_batch()
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jeffreznik
1 year ago
I was having issues doing two different select queries with batch sizes in the same connection.  The first one would run fine, the second one would always return one batch + 1 record (ie. batch size on the 2nd query was 250000 records, it would stop after 250001 and say it was complete even though there should have been 3m+ records).

I was able to overcome this by disconnecting from the DB (via mssql_close($conn);) and reconnecting before I ran the second query.  Now my second query returns all the records I need.

Though I would write this here as there is little to no documentation on this issue, and it may only be affecting me.  I am connecting from Linux (RHEL5) to SQL Server 2005 on the network, using FreeTDS.  If you have this same issue, try the above and it may work for you.
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doug dot pe at gmail dot com
2 years ago
This demonstrates the return value:
<?php
$connect
= mssql_connect("databasename", "username", "password");
$sql = "SELECT * FROM huge_table";    //    returns 3271 rows, for example
$qry = mssql_query($SQL, $connect, 1000); // 1000 Rows batchsize
$batchsize = mssql_num_rows($qry);
print
"$batchsize <br />\r\n";
do {
   
$batchsize = mssql_fetch_batch($qry);
    print
"$batchsize <br />\r\n";
} while (
$batchsize);  // get the next batch until end
?>
returns:
1000
1000
1000
271
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brutalex430
4 years ago
This could be usefull if you have a large dataset:

<?php
$qry
= mssql_query("SELECT * FROM huge_table", $conn, 1000); // 1000 Rows batchsize

   
do {
      while (
$row = mssql_fetch_row($qry)) {
         
// do something like
         
print_r($row);
      }
    } while (
mssql_fetch_batch($navqry));  // get the next batch until end

?>
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