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PDOStatement::getAttribute

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PDOStatement::getAttribute Retrieve a statement attribute

Description

public PDOStatement::getAttribute(int $name): mixed

Gets an attribute of the statement. Currently, no generic attributes exist but only driver specific:

  • PDO::ATTR_CURSOR_NAME (Firebird and ODBC specific): Get the name of cursor for UPDATE ... WHERE CURRENT OF.

Note that driver specific attributes must not be used with other drivers.

Return Values

Returns the attribute value.

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machitgarha at outlook dot com
4 years ago
MySQL driver doesn't support PDOStatement::getAttribute(). If you use it, it produces a warning, even if you set error reporting (PDO::ERRMODE) to PDO::ERRMODE_SILENT; except when you set to PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION. Also, the SQLSTATE error code of the PDO statement (not the PDO object itself, i.e. using PDOStatement::errorCode()) will be 'IM001'.

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