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pg_errormessage — Displays a database error message.


string pg_errormessage(conn);
int conn: Connection ID


Error message


Returns the error message generated by the PostgreSQL server in response to an invalid action. You can use the @ operator to suppress error messages being sent to the client. Normally this function relays messages sent from the PostgreSQL back end.


Example 1029. Display error

$db = pg_connect("host=dbserver dbname=db user=dbuser password=dbpasswd");
// query a view for a table that does not exist
if (!$result = @pg_exec($db,"SELECT * FROM wrongview")) {
 echo "Error! ", pg_errormessage($db);
} else {
    // display data

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