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odbc_result_allAffiche le résultat sous la forme d'une table HTML


odbc_result_all(resource $statement, string $format = ""): int|false

Affiche toutes les lignes d'un résultat. L'affichage se fait au format HTML. Les données ne sont pas échappées.

Cette fonction n'est pas supposée être utilisée en environnement de production ; elle est prévue pour le développement pour afficher rapidement un jeu de résultats.

Liste de paramètres


L'identifiant de résultat.


Permet de modifier l'aspect global de la table.

Valeurs de retour

Retourne le nombre de lignes du résultat, ou false si une erreur survient.

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ZAPtheZAPs dot schulze dot zap at zap dot telstra dot com
17 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
18 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;

rabbott at calstatela dot edu
20 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!)
martin dot vgagern at gmx dot net
21 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.
alvaro at demogracia dot com
12 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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