mssql_bind

(PHP 4 >= 4.1.0, PHP 5)

mssql_bind -- Adds a parameter to a stored procedure or a remote stored procedure

Description

bool mssql_bind ( resource stmt, string param_name, mixed &var, int type [, int is_output [, int is_null [, int maxlen]]] )

Binds a parameter to a stored procedure or a remote stored procedure.

Parameters

stmt

Statement resource, obtained with mssql_init().

param_name

The parameter name, as a string.

Note: You have to include the @ character, like in the T-SQL syntax. See the explanation included in mssql_execute().

var

The PHP variable you'll bind the MSSQL parameter to. You can pass it by value, or by reference, to retrieve OUTPUT and RETVAL values after the procedure execution.

type

One of: SQLTEXT, SQLVARCHAR, SQLCHAR, SQLINT1, SQLINT2, SQLINT4, SQLBIT, SQLFLT4, SQLFLT8, SQLFLTN.

is_output

Wether the value is an OUTPUT parameter or not. If it's an OUTPUT parameter and you don't mention it, it will be treated as a normal input parameter and no error will be thrown.

is_null

Wether the parameter is NULL or not. Passing the NULL value as var will not do the job.

maxlen

Used with char/varchar values. You have to indicate the length of the data so if the parameter is a varchar(50), the type must be SQLVARCHAR and this value 50.

Return Values

Returns TRUE on success or FALSE on failure.

Examples

Example 1. mssql_bind() Example

<?php

$cn
= mssql_connect($DBSERVER, $DBUSER, $DBPASS);
mssql_select_db($DB, $cn);

$sp = mssql_init("WDumpAdd"); // stored proc name

mssql_bind($sp, "@productname", stripslashes($newproduct), SQLVARCHAR, false, false, 150);
mssql_bind($sp, "@quantity", stripslashes($newquantity), SQLVARCHAR, false, false, 50);

mssql_execute($sp);
mssql_close($cn);

?>


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