odbc_fetch_object

(PHP 4 >= 4.0.2, PHP 5)

odbc_fetch_objectFetch a result row as an object

Descrierea

object odbc_fetch_object ( resource $result [, int $rownumber ] )

Fetch an object from an ODBC query. See the changelog below for when this function is available.

Parametri

result

The result resource from odbc_exec().

rownumber

Optionally choose which row number to retrieve.

Valorile întoarse

Returns an object that corresponds to the fetched row, or FALSE if there are no more rows.

Istoria schimbărilor

Versiunea Descriere
4.3.3 This function exists when compiled with IBM DB2 or UnixODBC support.
4.3.2 This function exists when compiled for Windows.
4.0.2 This function exists when compiled with DBMaker support.

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h4 at locked dot org
11 years ago
my 2 cents:

function data($res) {
    $obj = new stdClass();
    $data_array = array();
       
    if (!odbc_fetch_into($res, $data_array)) {
        return 0;
    }

    $num_fields = odbc_num_fields($res);

    for ($i = 0;$i < $num_fields; $i++) {
        $name = odbc_field_name($res, $i + 1);
        if (!$name) {
            return 0;
        }
           
        $obj->{$name} = $data_array[$i];
    }
       
    return $obj;
}

works fine for me (PHP 4.3.1)
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philip
9 years ago
This function requires one of the following to exist: Windows, DB2, or UNIXODBC.
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j dot a dot z at bluewin dot ch
11 years ago
hey "general at maccrafters dot com"

thank you very much for your code. it saved me time!
however i extended it a bit!
---------------------------------------------
    function __odbc_fetch_object($res)
    {
        if( function_exists("odbc_fetch_object") )
            return odbc_fetch_object($res);

        $rs = array();
        $rs_obj = false;
        if( odbc_fetch_into($res, &$rs) )
        {
            foreach( $rs as $key=>$value )
            {
                $fkey = odbc_field_name($res, $key+1);
                $rs_obj->$fkey = trim($value);
            }
        }
        return $rs_obj;
    }
---------------------------------------------
cheers, jaz
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charlesk at netgaintechnology dot com
11 years ago
I asked one of the developers to enable this function in the CVS.  I tried it and it worked.  I didnt do anything special.  I was using a Microsoft Access ODBC driver that came with my Windows XP Pro Install.

I was using the Apache web server.

Charles
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general at maccrafters dot com
11 years ago
Here's a bit of code I came up with tha behaves just like mysql_fetch_object()

    function odbc_fetch_object($result)
    {
        $rs=array();
        if(odbc_fetch_into($result,&$rs))
        {
            foreach($rs as $key=>$value)
            {
    $fkey=strtoupper(odbc_field_name($result,$key+1));
                $rs_obj->$fkey = trim($value);

            }
        }
        return($rs_obj);
    }

Special thanks to previous posters for giving me a starting point for this code.
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kynaston at yahoo dot com
11 years ago
If you're using Masoud's code in PHP4.2+, change the fifth line to:

odbc_fetch_into($result,&$rs);

(the order of arguments have changed)
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Marcus dot Karlsson at usa dot net
12 years ago
It' possible to get both odbc_fetch_object() and odbc_fetch_array() to work just by removing #ifdef HAVE_DBMAKER/#endif in php_odbc.h line 216 (219) and the same in php_odbc.c line 87 (90) and 1229 (1380).

I've done this sucessfully in the PHP 4.2.0 release using ODBC towards a MySQL database.

I really can't understand why the #ifdef is there from the beginning, but they do have their reasons.

These were the files i "patched"
/* $Id: php_odbc.c,v 1.120.2.1 2002/04/08 22:21:30 sniper Exp $ */
/* $Id: php_odbc.h,v 1.45.2.1 2002/03/12 02:27:47 sniper Exp $ */
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masuod_a at hotmail dot com
12 years ago
This function not availible in PHP 4.1.1 , you can try this :

if (function_exists(odbc_fetch_object))
return;
function odbc_fetch_object($result, $rownumber=1) {
$rs=array();
odbc_fetch_into($result, $rownumber,$rs);
foreach ($rs as $key => $value) {
   $fkey=strtolower(odbc_field_name($result, $key+1)); 
   $rs_obj->$fkey = $value;
}
return $rs_obj;
}
if you wanna use this function in a loop  you must set rownumber parameter
you can't use this function like :
while ($myobj=odbc_fetch_object($res)) {
....
}
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thorsten at rinne dot info
10 years ago
odbc_fetch_object() works nice with PHP 4.3.3 under W2K with IBM DB2 V.7.2 and V.8.1:

<?php
$conn
= odbc_connect($db_name, $username, $password) or die(odbc_error_msg());
$sql = "SELECT * FROM TABLE";
$result = odbc_exec($conn, $sql);
while (
$rows = odbc_fetch_object($result)) {
    print
$rows->COLUMNNAME;
    }
odbc_close($conn);
?>
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