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PDOStatement::errorInfo Fetch extended error information associated with the last operation on the statement handle


public PDOStatement::errorInfo(): array


Esta função não possui parâmetros.

Valor Retornado

PDOStatement::errorInfo() returns an array of error information about the last operation performed by this statement handle. The array consists of at least the following fields:

Element Information
0 SQLSTATE error code (a five characters alphanumeric identifier defined in the ANSI SQL standard).
1 Driver specific error code.
2 Driver specific error message.


Exemplo #1 Displaying errorInfo() fields for a PDO_ODBC connection to a DB2 database

/* Provoke an error -- the BONES table does not exist */
$sth = $dbh->prepare('SELECT skull FROM bones');

$arr = $sth->errorInfo();

O exemplo acima produzirá:

    [0] => 42S02
    [1] => -204
    [2] => [IBM][CLI Driver][DB2/LINUX] SQL0204N  "DANIELS.BONES" is an undefined name.  SQLSTATE=42704

Veja Também

  • PDO::errorCode() - Busca o SQLSTATE associado com a última operação no identificador do banco de dados
  • PDO::errorInfo() - Busca informação de erro estendida associada com a última operação no identificador do banco de dados
  • PDOStatement::errorCode() - Fetch the SQLSTATE associated with the last operation on the statement handle

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User Contributed Notes 4 notes

richardverason at gmail dot com
4 years ago
Seriously errorInfo is your friend. Use it.

If these look like your google searches then you need errorInfo

"no database error showing in php"
"pdo selects from database but wont insert"
"pdo insert not working"
"isnt pdo just a big hype, should I go back to mysql?"
"how much do surgeons make?"

Trust me it will definitely save you hours of insanity if you make it a habit to use it in development. Forget E-ALL, it failed me since well, E-ALL apparently doesn't know that I didn't set a default value in my MySQL table and my query wasnt adding anything to it. So always do this


= 'do something on a mysql table where foo = :bar';
$stmt = prepare($sql);
$stmt->bindValue(':bar', $foo, PDO::PARAM_[DATA TYPE]);

// very important during development. But take it off in production
$foo_arr = $stmt->errorInfo();

//Sample print_r return
[0] => HY000
[1] => 1364
[2] => Field 'phone' doesn't have a default value
Never have I been so happy to see an error

While its common practice for any decent developer to always watch out and try to catch for errors, even the best of us make mistakes. This is not a replacement for exceptions, but the simplicity is priceless.
Geoffrey Hoffman
8 years ago
If your query is successful, PDO::errorInfo() still returns an array. For MySQL 5.x, I get the following...

[0] => 00000
[1] =>
[2] =>
8 years ago
Sorry, my example below is not correct, this is a correction:

= $db->query('SELECT name from uesrs');
$errorInfo = $listOfUsers->errorInfo();
$errorInfo[0] != 0)
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