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ifx_getsqlca — Get the elements of the Informix sqlerrd structure


array ifx_getsqlca(result);
int result: Result handler




The sqlerrd structure in Informix contains information relating to the SQL query sent to the database. The data returned from the function is an array consisting of 6 elements. The elements correspond to the following list.

0 Estimated number of rows affected
1 ISAM error code if error, or generate SERIAL value after successful server
2 Count of rows successfully processed in multi-row update/insert/delete
3 Estimated weight of prepared statement
4 Offset in statement text of syntax error
5 Rowid of last successfully fetch/insert/update/delete operation


Since version 3.0.8 and 4.0


Example 570. Get sqlerrd structure

function print_error($text) {
   echo "There was an error reported by the database.\n";
   echo "Error reported was: $text";

if (!$conn = @ifx_connect( "stores7@demo_se", "testuser", "password" )) {

if (!$result = @ifx_prepare("DELETE FROM customer WHERE company LIKE '%City%'", $conn)) {
} else {
   $sqlca = ifx_getsqlca($result);
   foreach ($sqlca as $key=>$value) {
      echo "$key => $value<BR>";

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