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hw_getobject — Returns the object records from one or more objects.


mixed hw_getobject(hw_link, object_id[, query]);
resource hw_link: Connection ID to Hyperwave server
mixed object_id: Object ID of the object to be examined, or an array of same
string query (optional): Search query (object query syntax)


Object record or array of object records on success; FALSE on failure


hw_getobject() queries the server for the object record or records associated with one or more objects. If object_id is an integer and query is not given, the single record for the indicated object is returned as a string. Alternatively, object_id can be an array of object IDs, in which case an array of object records for the given objects is returned. When using this method, you can also provide a query , which allows you to set criteria to refine the list of returned records. hw_getobject() doesn't allow indexed attributes.

The search string syntax is that of an object query.


PHP 3 since 3.0.3, PHP 4


Example 488. Fetch object records


if (!$hw_link = hw_connect('localhost', 418, 'hwsystem', 'hwsystem')) {
    echo "Could not connect to Hyperwave server.\n";
} else {
    echo "Successfully connected with resource id '$hw_link'\n";

/* Just grab whatever has ID #2. */
$ret = hw_getobject($hw_link, 2);
echo "Return type: " . gettype($ret) . ": '$ret'.\n";

/* Grab a list of the first five objects and see what's there. */
$ret = hw_getobject($hw_link, array(1, 2, 3, 4, 5));
echo "Return type: " . gettype($ret) . ": ";

/* Same thing, but only accept collection objects. */
$ret = hw_getobject($hw_link, array(1, 2, 3, 4, 5), 'DocumentType=collection');
echo "Return type: " . gettype($ret) . ": ";

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