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odbc_error — Returns an ODBC error code.


string odbc_error([conn]);
resource conn (optional): Connection ID


ODBC error code


Gets the last error code returned from the ODBC connection identifier. This is a six-digit code. More information can be obtained by also using the odbc_errormsg() function. If a connection identifier is specified, the error relates to that specific connection; otherwise, the last error is returned for any available connection.


Existing since version 4.0-.5

See also

See also: odbc_errormsg


Example 1332. Check for an error

$db = odbc_connect("DSN","user","pass");
$sql = "SELECT ProductName, UnitPrice FROM WrongTable"; 
if (!$result = @odbc_exec($db, $sql)) {
   echo "Query error! ODBC code: ", odbc_error();
} else {
   while (odbc_fetch_into($result, &$row)) {
      echo "$row[0] $row[1]\n";

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