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The mysqli_driver class

(PHP 5, PHP 7)

Introduction

The mysqli_driver class is an instance of the monostate pattern, i.e. there is only one driver which can be accessed though an arbitrary amount of mysqli_driver instances.

Class synopsis

mysqli_driver {
/* Properties */
public readonly string $client_info ;
public readonly string $client_version ;
public readonly string $driver_version ;
public readonly bool $embedded ;
public bool $reconnect ;
public int $report_mode ;
/* Methods */
public embedded_server_end ( ) : void
public embedded_server_start ( int $start , array $arguments , array $groups ) : bool
}

Properties

client_info

The Client API header version

client_version

The Client version

driver_version

The MySQLi Driver version

embedded

Whether MySQLi Embedded support is enabled

reconnect

Allow or prevent reconnect (see the mysqli.reconnect INI directive)

report_mode

Set to MYSQLI_REPORT_OFF, MYSQLI_REPORT_ALL or any combination of MYSQLI_REPORT_STRICT (throw Exceptions for errors), MYSQLI_REPORT_ERROR (report errors) and MYSQLI_REPORT_INDEX (errors regarding indexes). See also mysqli_report().

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