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odbc_do

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odbc_doAlias of odbc_exec()

Description

This function is an alias of: odbc_exec().

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phil.nyc
16 years ago
To clear up: the SQL standard requires strings to be inside single quotes: 'string'. It simply does not accept double quotes for this purpose.

Furthermore, in PHP, you can have a single quote inside double quotes: "select a from b where c = 'string'" without the need to escape.
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scottmweaver
16 years ago
Hey guys,

I used the following code to run normal double quotes inside my SQL queries. Hopefully this will save someone else a headache or two-

<?php

/**
* Query Function
* Allows quoted queries to be sent to SQL
*/

function query($query, $conn)
{
odbc_do($conn, 'SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER OFF');
return
odbc_do($conn, $query);
}
?>
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yashkhopade at hotmail dot com
20 years ago
i have use this function so many times. it works well for my requirements. ok well done...

<?php
$sqlstr
="SELECT bill_no FROM SCROL";
$queryresult=odbc_do($conn,$sqlstr);
odbc_fetch_row($queryresult,$bills);

// if we want to access the records
// then we have to write the following code

echo $bills[0];

?>

the out put for this will:

1
which is actullay first record of resultset.
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