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ocinewcursor — Return a new cursor


int ocinewcursor(conn);
int conn: Connection identifier


New cursor or FALSE on error


Allocates a new statement handle on the specified connection. Can be used to create ref cursors from stored procedures or SELECT SQL queries.


Since versions 3.0.8 and 4.0


Example 866. Create and user a cursor

if (!$db = @ocinlogon("dev","dev", "ORCL")) {
    $error = ocierror();
    printf("There was an error connecting. Error was: %s", $error["message"]);

$count_cursor = "CURSOR(select count(empno) num_emps from emp " .
                "where emp.deptno = dept.deptno) as EMPCNT from dept";
$stmt = OCIParse($conn,"select deptno,dname,$count_cursor");

print "<TABLE BORDER=1>";
print "<TR>";
print "<TR>DEPT NAME</TR>";
print "<TR>DEPT</TR>";
print "<TR>EMPLOYEES</TR>";
print "</TR>";

while (ocifetchinto($stmt,&$data,OCI_ASSOC)) {
    print "<TR>";
    $dname = $data["DNAME"];
    $deptno = $data["DEPTNO"];
    print "<TD>$dname</TD>";
    print "<TD>$deptno</TD>";

    while (ocifetchinto($data["EMPCNT"],&$subdata,OCI_ASSOC)) {
        $num_emps = $subdata["NUM_EMPS"];
        print "<TD>$num_emps</TD>";
    print "</TR>";
print "</TABLE>";


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