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mysql_list_tables

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mysql_list_tablesBir MySQL veritabanındaki tabloları listele

Uyarı

PHP 4.3.0 itibariyle bu işlevin kullanımı önerilmemekte olup bu işlev ve özgün MySQL eklentisinin tamamı PHP 7.0.0 itibariyle kaldırılmıştır. Yerine, etkin olarak geliştirilmekte olan MySQLi veya PDO_MySQL extensions kullanılabilir. Ek bilgi: MySQL: Bir API Seçimi Bu işlev yerine kullanılabilecekler:

  • SQL Sorgusu: SHOW TABLES FROM veritabanı

Açıklama

mysql_list_tables(string $veritabanı, resource $bağlantı_belirteci = null): resource|false

Bir MySQL veritabanından tabloların listesini alır.

Bu işlevin kullanımı önerilmemektedir. Bunun yerine, SHOW TABLES [FROM db_adı] [LIKE 'şablon'] gibi bir SQL sorgusu çalıştırmak için mysql_query() işlevinin kullanımı tercih edilebilir.

Değiştirgeler

veritabanı

Veritabanının adı.

bağlantı_belirteci

MySQL bağlantısı. Eğer bağlantı belirteci belirtilmemişse mysql_connect() tarafından açılan son bağlantı kullanılmaya çalışılır. Eğer böyle bir bağlantı yoksa mysql_connect() değiştirgesiz olarak çağrılmış gibi bir bağlantı oluşturmaya çalışır. Hiçbir bağlantı yoksa ve yenisi de kurulamazsa E_WARNING seviyesinde bir hata üretilir.

Dönen Değerler

Başarı durumunda resource türünde bir sonuç göstericisi, hata durumunda false döndürür.

Bu sonuç göstericisinin veya mysql_fetch_array() gibi sonuç tabloları üreten bir işlevden elde edilen işlevselliğin tersini elde etmek için mysql_tablename() işlevini kullanın.

Sürüm Bilgisi

Sürüm: Açıklama
4.3.7 Bu işlevin kullanımı artık önerilmiyor.

Örnekler

Örnek 1 - mysql_list_tables() yerine kullanılabilecek kod örneği

<?php
$dbname 
'mysql_dbname';

if (!
mysql_connect('mysql_host''mysql_user''mysql_password')) {
    echo 
'mysql\'e bağlanılamadı';
    exit;
}

$sql "SHOW TABLES FROM $dbname";
$result mysql_query($sql);

if (!
$result) {
    echo 
"Veritabanı hatası, tablolar listelenemedi\n";
    echo 
'MySQL Hatası: ' mysql_error();
    exit;
}

while (
$row mysql_fetch_row($result)) {
    echo 
"Tablo: {$row[0]}\n";
}

mysql_free_result($result);
?>

Notlar

Bilginize:

Geriye uyumluluk adına, kullanımı önerilmese de şu takma ad kullanılabilir: mysql_listtables()

Ayrıca Bakınız

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User Contributed Notes 13 notes

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daveheslop (dave heslop)
16 years ago
Worth noting for beginners: using a row count to test for the existence of a table only works if the table actually contains data, otherwise the test will return false even if the table exists.
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NewToPHP_Guy at Victoria dot NOSPAM dot com
18 years ago
The example by PHP-Guy to determine if a table exists is interesting and useful (thanx), except for one tiny detail.  The function 'mysql_list_tables()' returns table names in lower case even when tables are created with mixed case.  To get around this problem, add the 'strtolower()' function in the last line as follows:

return(in_array(strtolower($tableName), $tables));
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bimal at sanjaal dot com
8 years ago
A better alternative to mysql_list_tables() would be the following mysql_tables() function.

<?php
/**
* Better alternative to mysql_list_tables (deprecated)
*/
function mysql_tables($database='')
{
   
$tables = array();
   
$list_tables_sql = "SHOW TABLES FROM {$database};";
   
$result = mysql_query($list_tables_sql);
    if(
$result)
    while(
$table = mysql_fetch_row($result))
    {
       
$tables[] = $table[0];
    }
    return
$tables;
}

# Usage example
$tables = mysql_tables($database_local);
?>
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coffee at hayekheaven dot net
19 years ago
Even though php guy's solution is probably the fastest here's another one just for the heck of it...
I use this function to check whether a table exists. If not it's created.

mysql_connect("server","usr","pwd")
    or die("Couldn't connect!");
mysql_select_db("mydb");

$tbl_exists = mysql_query("DESCRIBE sometable");
if (!$tbl_exists) {
mysql_query("CREATE TABLE sometable (id int(4) not null primary key,
somevalue varchar(50) not null)");
}
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kroczu at interia dot pl
14 years ago
<?
// here is a much more elegant method to check if a table exists ( no error generate)

if( mysql_num_rows( mysql_query("SHOW TABLES LIKE '".$table."'")))
{
//...
}

?>
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mrkvomail at centrum dot cz
15 years ago
You can also do this with function mysql_query(). It's better because mysql_list_tables is old function and you can stop showing errors.

function mysql_table_exists($dbLink, $database, $tableName)
{
   $tables = array();
   $tablesResult = mysql_query("SHOW TABLES FROM $database;", $dbLink);
   while ($row = mysql_fetch_row($tablesResult)) $tables[] = $row[0];
    if (!$result) {
    }
   return(in_array($tableName, $tables));
}
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daevid at daevid dot com
18 years ago
I was in need of a way to create a database, complete with tables from a .sql file. Well, since PHP/mySQL doesn't allow that it seems, the next best idea was to create an empty template database and 'clone & rename it'. Guess what? There is no mysql_clone_db() function or any SQL 'CREATE DATABASE USING TEMPLATEDB' command. grrr...

So, this is the hack solution I came up with:

$V2DB = "V2_SL".$CompanyID;

$result = mysql_create_db($V2DB, $linkI);
if (!$result) $errorstring .= "Error creating ".$V2DB." database<BR>\n".mysql_errno($linkI).": ".mysql_error($linkI)."<BR>\n";

mysql_select_db ($V2DB, $linkI) or die ("Could not select ".$V2DB." Database");

//You must have already created the "V2_Template" database.
//This will make a clone of it, including data.

$tableResult = mysql_list_tables ("V2_Template");
while ($row = mysql_fetch_row($tableResult))
{
    $tsql = "CREATE TABLE ".$V2DB.".".$row[0]." AS SELECT * FROM V2_Template.".$row[0];
    echo $tsql."<BR>\n";
    $tresult = mysql_query($tsql,$linkI);
    if (!$tresult) $errorstring .= "Error creating ".$V2DB.".".$row[0]." table<BR>\n".mysql_errno($linkI).": ".mysql_error($linkI)."<BR>\n";
}
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thebitman at attbi dot com
18 years ago
okay everybody, the fastest, most accurate, safest method:

function mysql_table_exists($table, $link)
{
     $exists = mysql_query("SELECT 1 FROM `$table` LIMIT 0", $link);
      if ($exists) return true;
     return false;
}

Note the "LIMIT 0", I mean come on, people, can't get much faster than that! :)
As far as a query goes, this does absolutely nothing. But it has the ability to fail if the table doesnt exist, and that's all you need!
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cdarklock at darklock dot com
18 years ago
Actually, the initially posted SELECT COUNT(*) approach is flawless. SELECT COUNT(*) will provide one and only one row in response unless you can't select from the table at all. Even a brand new (empty) table responds with one row to tell you there are 0 records.

While other approaches here are certainly functional, the major problem comes up when you want to do something like check a database to ensure that all the tables you need exist, as I needed to do earlier today. I wrote a function called tables_needed() that would take an array of table names -- $check -- and return either an array of tables that did not exist, or FALSE if they were all there. With mysql_list_tables(), I came up with this in the central block of code (after validating parameters, opening a connection, selecting a database, and doing what most people would call far too much error checking):

if($result=mysql_list_tables($dbase,$conn))
{   // $count is the number of tables in the database
    $count=mysql_num_rows($result);
    for($x=0;$x<$count;$x++)
    {
        $tables[$x]=mysql_tablename($result,$x);
    }
    mysql_free_result($result);
    // LOTS more comparisons here
    $exist=array_intersect($tables,$check);
    $notexist=array_diff($exist,$check);
    if(count($notexist)==0)
    {
        $notexist=FALSE;
    }
}

The problem with this approach is that performance degrades with the number of tables in the database. Using the "SELECT COUNT(*)" approach, performance only degrades with the number of tables you *care* about:

// $count is the number of tables you *need*
$count=count($check);
for($x=0;$x<$count;$x++)
{
    if(mysql_query("SELECT COUNT(*) FROM ".$check[$x],$conn)==FALSE)
    {
        $notexist[count($notexist)]=$check[$x];
    }
}
if(count($notexist)==0)
{
    $notexist=FALSE;
}

While the increase in speed here means virtually nothing to the average user who has a database-driven backend on his personal web site to handle a guestbook and forum that might get a couple hundred hits a week, it means EVERYTHING to the professional who has to handle tens of millions of hits a day... where a single extra millisecond on the query turns into more than a full day of processing time. Developing good habits when they don't matter keeps you from having bad habits when they *do* matter.
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Anonymous
18 years ago
<?
/*
   Function that returns whole size of a given MySQL database
   Returns false if no db by that name is found
*/

  function getdbsize($tdb) {
    $db_host='localhost';
    $db_usr='USER';
    $db_pwd='XXXXXXXX';
    $db = mysql_connect($db_host, $db_usr, $db_pwd) or die ("Error connecting to MySQL Server!\n");
    mysql_select_db($tdb, $db);

    $sql_result = "SHOW TABLE STATUS FROM " .$tdb;
    $result = mysql_query($sql_result);
    mysql_close($db);

    if($result) {
        $size = 0;
        while ($data = mysql_fetch_array($result)) {
             $size = $size + $data["Data_length"] + $data["Index_length"];
        }
        return $size;
    }
    else {
        return FALSE;
    }
  }

?>

<?
/*
   Implementation example
*/

  $tmp = getdbsize("DATABASE_NAME");
  if (!$tmp) { echo "ERROR!"; }
  else { echo $tmp; }
?>
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Anonymous
15 years ago
Getting the database status:
<?
// Get database status by DtTvB
// Connect first
mysql_connect   ('*********', '*********', '********');
mysql_select_db ('*********');

// Get the list of tables
$sql  = 'SHOW TABLES FROM *********';
if (!$result = mysql_query($sql)) { die ('Error getting table list (' . $sql . ' :: ' . mysql_error() . ')'); }

// Make the list of tables an array
$tablerow = array();
while ($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) { $tablerow[] = $row; }

// Define variables...
$total_tables       = count($tablerow);
$statrow            = array();
$total_rows         = 0;
$total_rows_average = 0;
$sizeo              = 0;

// Get the status of each table
for ($i = 0; $i < count($tablerow); $i++) {
    // Query the status...
    $sql = "SHOW TABLE STATUS LIKE '{$tablerow[$i][0]}';";
    if (!$result = mysql_query($sql)) { die ('Error getting table status (' . $sql . ' :: ' . mysql_error() . ')'); }
    // Get the status array of this table
    $table_info = mysql_fetch_array($result);
    // Add them to the total results
    $total_rows         += $table_info[3];
    $total_rows_average += $table_info[4];
    $sizeo              += $table_info[5];
}

// Function to calculate size of the file
function c2s($bs) {
         if ($bs < 964)     { return round($bs)           . " Bytes"; }
    else if ($bs < 1000000) { return round($bs/1024,2)    . " KB"   ; }
    else                    { return round($bs/1048576,2) . " MB"   ; }
}

// Echo the result!!!!!!!!!
echo "{$total_rows} rows in {$total_tables} tables";
echo "<br>Average size in each row: " . c2s($total_rows_average/$total_tables);
echo "<br>Average size in each table: " . c2s($sizeo/$total_tables);
echo "<br>Database size: " . c2s($sizeo);

// Close the connection
mysql_close();
?>
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wbphfox at xs4all dot nl
17 years ago
Here is a way to show al the tables and have the function to drop them...

<?php

echo "<p align=\"left\">";
//this is the connection file for the database....
$connectfile = "connect.php";
require
$connectfile;

$dbname = 'DATABASE NAME';

$result = mysql_list_tables($dbname);

echo
"<table width=\"75%\" border=\"0\">";
echo 
"<tr bgcolor=\"#993333\"> ";
echo   
"<td><font face=\"Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif\" size=\"-1\" color=\"#FFFFFF\">Table name:</font></td>";
echo   
"<td><font face=\"Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif\" size=\"-1\" color=\"#FFFFFF\">Delete?</font></td>";
echo 
"</tr>";
 
    if (!
$result) {
        print
"DB Error, could not list tables\n";
        print
'MySQL Error: ' . mysql_error();
        exit;
    }
   
    while (
$row = mysql_fetch_row($result)) {
        echo
"<tr bgcolor=\"#CCCCCC\">";
echo   
"<td>";
           print
"$row[0]\n";
echo   
"</td>";

echo   
"<td>";
echo   
"<a href=\"$PHP_SELF?action=delete&table=";
         print
"$row[0]\n";
echo   
"\">Yes?</a>";

echo   
"</td>";

echo
"</tr>";
       
       
    }

   
mysql_free_result($result);

//Delete
if($action=="delete")
{
$deleteIt=mysql_query("DROP TABLE $table");
if(
$deleteIt)
{
echo
"The table \"";
echo
"$table\" has been deleted with succes!<br>";
}
else
{
echo
"An error has occured...please try again<br>";
}
}
 
?>
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mail at thomas-hoerner dot de
18 years ago
You can also use mysql_fetch_object if you consider a specialty: The name of the object-var is

Tables_in_xxxxx

where xxxxx is the name of the database.

i.e. use

$result = mysql_list_tables($dbname);
$varname="Tables_in_".$dbname;
while ($row = mysql_fetch_object($result)) {
   echo $row->$varname;
};
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