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ibase_errmsg — Return an error message


string ibase_errmsg(void)


Error string from database server, FALSE on success


Returns the error message returned by server from the last query to database if something went wrong, or FALSE there were no errors. This message is overwritten by later queries, so you should check and act upon it immediately after any query.


Available in PHP 3 since 3.0.7, PHP 4 since 4.0RC1


Example 539. Using ibase_errmsg() to check for errors

$db = ibase_connect('/path/to/employees.gdb') or die('Couldn't connect to database!');
// select a non-existing column...
$rs = ibase_query('SELECT foo FROM projects');
if (ibase_errmsg()) {
    print ibase_errmsg();

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