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odbc_result_allImprimir el resultado como una tabla HTML


odbc_result_all(resource $result_id, string $format = ?): int

Imprime todas las filas de un identificador de resultado producido por odbc_exec(). El resultado se imprime con formato de tabla HTML.



El identificador de resultado.


Formateo de tabla global adicional.

Valores devueltos

Devuelve el número de filas del resultado o false si se produjo un error.

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ZAPtheZAPs dot schulze dot zap at zap dot telstra dot com
20 years ago
a revised version marius' code that works with Memo fields. (also returns rather than prints strings)

function ODBCResourceToHTML($res, $sTable, $sRow)
{$cFields = odbc_num_fields($res);
$strTable = "<table $sTable ><tr>";
for ($n=1; $n<=$cFields; $n++)
{$strTable .= "<td $sRow><b>". str_replace("_", " ", odbc_field_name($res, $n)) . "</b></td>";}
$strTable .= "</tr>";
{ $strTable .= "<tr>";
for ($n=1; $n<=$cFields; $n++)
{$cell = odbc_result($res, $n);
if ($cell=='') {$strTable .= "<td $sRow>&nbsp;</td>";}
else {$strTable .= "<td $sRow>". $cell . "</td>";}}
$strTable .= "</tr>";}
$strTable .= "</table>";
Return $strTable;}

DEAR MODERATORS: you would save yourselve much much time by making this entire manual into a wiki (ie like ) and within a year this would be the best manual on anything!!

best wishes, Erich
marius at stones dot com
21 years ago
I've written this little function that functions simirarly to odbc_result_all, but works with MySQL:

* This function emulates the odbc_result_all function, which will return a HTML table cosisting of
* the results of an SQL query.
* Usage: pass a mysql result set to this function, and it will return (not output) a string containing
* an HTML table
* Parameters:
* - $result is your mysql result set (result of a mysql_query() function call)
* - $tableFeatures is a string containing any HTML TABLE features you would like in the table
* (eg. BORDER="0" etc.)
function _mysql_result_all($result, $tableFeatures="") {
$table .= "<!--Debugging output for SQL query-->\n\n";
$table .= "<table $tableFeatures>\n\n";
$noFields = mysql_num_fields($result);
$table .= "<tr>\n";
for ($i = 0; $i < $noFields; $i++) {
$field = mysql_field_name($result, $i);
$table .= "\t<th>$field</th>\n";
while ($r = mysql_fetch_row($result)) {
$table .= "<tr>\n";
foreach ($r as $kolonne) {
$table .= "\t<td>$kolonne</td>\n";
$table .= "</tr>\n";
$table .= "</table>\n\n";
$table .= "<!--End debug from SQL query-->\n\n";
return $table;

martin dot vgagern at gmx dot net
24 years ago
As some people stated in the ODBC overview, some buggy drivers always return the number of rows to be -1. AFAIK the only way to help this situation is to count the rows by calls to odbc_fetch_into or odbc_fetch_row and then build the table yourself.
rabbott at calstatela dot edu
23 years ago
odbc_result_all($result) cycles through
$result. So a subsequent call to odbc_fetch_row($result) will fail.
You must use odbc_fetch_row($result, 1)
to reset $result. (But when I do that,
I get a crash!)
alvaro at demogracia dot com
15 years ago
The $format parameter is an optional string that gets inserted in the <table> tag. The string is printed as-is. E.g.:

($res, 'id="users" class="listing"');

... prints:

<table id="users" class="listing" >...
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