odbc_procedures

(PHP 4, PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP 8)

odbc_proceduresGet the list of procedures stored in a specific data source

Description

odbc_procedures(
    resource $odbc,
    ?string $catalog = null,
    ?string $schema = null,
    ?string $procedure = null
): resource|false

Lists all procedures in the requested range.

Parameters

odbc

The ODBC connection identifier, see odbc_connect() for details.

catalog

The catalog ('qualifier' in ODBC 2 parlance).

schema

The schema ('owner' in ODBC 2 parlance). This parameter accepts the following search patterns: % to match zero or more characters, and _ to match a single character.

procedure

The name. This parameter accepts the following search patterns: % to match zero or more characters, and _ to match a single character.

Return Values

Returns an ODBC result identifier containing the information or false on failure.

The result set has the following columns:

  • PROCEDURE_CAT
  • PROCEDURE_SCHEM
  • PROCEDURE_NAME
  • NUM_INPUT_PARAMS
  • NUM_OUTPUT_PARAMS
  • NUM_RESULT_SETS
  • REMARKS
  • PROCEDURE_TYPE
Drivers can report additional columns.

The result set is ordered by PROCEDURE_CAT, PROCEDURE_SCHEMA and PROCEDURE_NAME.

Changelog

Version Description
8.0.0 Prior to this version, the function could only be called with either one or four arguments.

Examples

Example #1 List stored Procedures of a Database

<?php
$conn 
odbc_connect($dsn$user$pass);
$procedures odbc_procedures($conn$catalog$schema'%');
while ((
$row odbc_fetch_array($procedures))) {
    
print_r($row);
    break; 
// further rows omitted for brevity
}
?>

The above example will output something similar to:

Array
(
    [PROCEDURE_CAT] => TutorialDB
    [PROCEDURE_SCHEM] => dbo
    [PROCEDURE_NAME] => GetEmployeeSalesYTD;1
    [NUM_INPUT_PARAMS] => -1
    [NUM_OUTPUT_PARAMS] => -1
    [NUM_RESULT_SETS] => -1
    [REMARKS] =>
    [PROCEDURE_TYPE] => 2
)

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