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pg_end_copy — Completes a PostgreSQL copy command.


int pg_end_copy([conn]);
int conn (optional): Connection ID


TRUE on success; FALSE on error


Synchronizes the PostgreSQL front end with the back end after the completion of data insertion using pg_put_line() . Think of it as a SQL COMMIT() statement with a specific use.


Existing since version 4.0.3


Example 1028. Insert a CSV file programatically

$file = file("test.csv");

$db = pg_connect("host=dbserver dbname=db user=dbuser password=dbpasswd");
pg_exec($db, "create table bar (a int4, b char(16), d float8)");
pg_exec($db, "copy bar from stdin");

foreach ($file as $line) {
    $tmp = explode(",", $line);
    pg_put_line($db, sprintf("%d\t%s\t%.2f\n", $tmp[0], $tmp[1], $tmp[2]));

pg_put_line($db, "\\.\n");

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