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pg_query

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pg_queryExecuta uma consulta (query)

Descrição

pg_query(resource $connection, string $query): resource

pg_query() retorna um recurso (resource) de resultado da consulta (query) se a consulta pôde ser executada. Retorna false em caso de falha ou se a conexão não é uma conexão válida. Detalhes sobre os erros podem ser recuperados usando a função pg_last_error() se a conexão é válida. pg_query() envia uma declaração SQL para o banco de dados PostgreSQL especificado pelo recurso de conexão connection. connection deve ser uma conexão válida que foi criado por pg_connect(). O valor de retorno dessa função é um recurso (resource) de resultado de consulta (query) para ser usado para acessar os resultados de outras funções PostgreSQL como pg_fetch_array().

Nota: connection é um parâmetro opcional para pg_query(). Se connection não for definido, a conexão padrão será usada. A conexão padrão é a última conexão feita por pg_connect() ou pg_pconnect(). Apesar de connection poder ser omitido, isso não é recomendado já que pode ser uma causa de erros difíceis de encontrar no seu script.

Nota:

Esta função era chamada pg_exec(). pg_exec() ainda está disponível por razões de compatibilidade, mas os usuários são encorajados a usar o novo nome.

Veja também pg_connect(), pg_pconnect(), pg_fetch_array(), pg_fetch_object(), pg_num_rows() e pg_affected_rows().

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jsuzuki at spamcop dot net
15 years ago
expanding on the note left by "cmoore" -

To check to see if the recordset returned no records,

<?php
  $result
=pg_query($conn, "SELECT * FROM x WHERE a=b;");
  if  (!
$result) {
    echo
"query did not execute";
  }
 
$rs = pg_fetch_assoc($result);
  if (!
$rs) {
    echo
"0 records"
 
}
?>

-jack
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a dot mcruer at live dot com
8 years ago
A quick note for novice users: when gathering input from fields on a web form that maintains a database connection, *never* use pg_query to do queries from the field. Always sanitize input using pg_prepare and pg_execute.
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cmoore
16 years ago
One thing to note that wasn't obvious to me at first.  If your query returns zero rows, that is not a "failed" query.  So the following is wrong:
  $result=pg_query($conn, "SELECT * FROM x WHERE a=b;");
  if  (!$result) {
    echo "No a=b in x\n";
  }

pg_query returns FALSE if the query can not be executed for some reason.  If the query is executed but returns zero rows then you get back a resul with no rows.
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zoli at makettinfo.hu
15 years ago
It would be better this way:

<?php
  $result
=pg_query($conn, "SELECT COUNT(*) AS rows FROM x WHERE a=b;");
  if  (!
$result) {
   echo
"query did not execute";
  }
  if (
$line = pg_fetch_assoc($result)) {
    if (
$line['rows'] == 0) {
     echo
"0 records"
   
}
  }
  else {
   while (
$row = pg_fetch_array($result)) {
    
//do stuff with $row
  
}
  }
?>

This solution doesn't raise the load of the system with the move of matching rows (perhaps 0,1, perhaps 100, 1000, ... rows)
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mankyd
15 years ago
There was a typo in the code that I posted:

<?php
  $result
=pg_query($conn, "SELECT * FROM x WHERE a=b;");
  if  (!
$result) {
   echo
"query did not execute";
  }
  if (
pg_num_rows($result) == 0) {
   echo
"0 records"
 
}
  else {
   while (
$row = pg_fetch_array($result)) {
    
//do stuff with $row
  
}
  }
?>
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mankyd
15 years ago
Improving upon what jsuzuki said:

It's probably better to use pg_num_rows() to see if no rows were returned, as that leaves the resultset cursor pointed to the first row so you can use it in a loop.

Example:

<?php
  $result
=pg_query($conn, "SELECT * FROM x WHERE a=b;");
  if  (!
$result) {
   echo
"query did not execute";
  }
  if (
pg_num_rows($result) == 0) {
   echo
"0 records"
 
}
  else {
    while (
$row = pg_fetch_array($result) {
     
//do stuff with $row
   
}
  }
?>

I, personally, also find it more readable.
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mentat at azsoft dot pl
19 years ago
$GLOBALS["PG_CONNECT"]=pg_connect(...);
....

function query ($sqlQuery,$var=0) {
   if (!$GLOBALS["PG_CONNECT"]) return 0;
   $lev=error_reporting (8); //NO WARRING!!
   $result=pg_query ($sqlQuery);
   error_reporting ($lev); //DEFAULT!!
   if (strlen ($r=pg_last_error ($GLOBALS["PG_CONNECT"]))) {
      if ($var) {
        echo "<p color=\"red\">ERROR:<pre>";
        echo $sqlQuery;
        echo "</pre>";
        echo $r;
        echo "&lt/p>";
      }
      close_db ();
      return 0;
   }
   return $result;
}
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Anonymous
7 years ago
Here is my small function to make it easier for me to use data from select queries (attention, it is sensitive to sql injection)
<?php
function requestToDB($connection,$request){
    if(!
$result=pg_query($connection,$request)){
        return
False;
    }
   
$combined=array();
    while (
$row = pg_fetch_assoc($result)) {
       
$combined[]=$row;
    }
    return
$combined;
}
?>

Example:
<?php
$conn
= pg_pconnect("dbname=mydatabase");

$results=requestToDB($connect,"select * from mytable");

//You can now access a "cell" of your table like this:
$rownumber=0;
$columname="mycolumn";

$mycell=$results[$rownumber][$columname];
var_dump($mycell);
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Akbar
16 years ago
Use pg_query to call your stored procedures, and use pg_fetch_result when getting a value (like a smallint as in this example) returned by your stored procedure.

<?php
$pgConnection
= pg_connect("dbname=users user=me");

$userNameToCheckFor = "metal";

$result = pg_query($pgConnection, "SELECT howManyUsersHaveThisName('$userNameToCheckFor')");

$count = pg_fetch_result($result, 0, 'howManyUsersHaveThisName');
?>
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sd at dicksonlife dot com
15 years ago
Took me a while to track this down so I thought it might be useful for others:

If you use stored procedures and need to get result sets back from them:

function dbquery($link,$query){
  pg_query($link,"BEGIN;");
  $tr=pg_query($link,$query);
  $r=pg_fetch_row($tr);
  $name=$r[0];
  $rs=pg_query($link,"FETCH ALL IN \"" . $name . "\";");
  pg_query($link,"END;");
  return $rs;
}

(Error checking removed for clarity)
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