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|PHP's PDO prepared INSERT statement: am I able to define if the insert was successful?|
You can use $add_rq->rowCount(). According to a comment in the
documentation, it will return 1 if a new row was inserted, 2 if an
existing row was updated. But apparently that's wrong, it returns 0 if
a row was updated.
execute() only returns false if it fails because of an error.
|Using a prepared statement for dynamic queries|
In this way only You run 2 query in same PS statement. This is error.
public static void getUserID(Connection con, PreparedStatement pStmt,
String userID, String stockSymbol) throws Exception
pStmt = con.prepareStatement("INSERT INTO UserStocks
|Using Prepared Statement to select values for JQuery JTable|
add space before FROM or after C5 in your select clause:
query = "SELECT C1, C2, C3, C4, C5 "
+ "FROM DEPARTMENTS "
+ "WHERE C2 = ? OR C3 = ? OR C4 = ? OR C5 = ? "
+ "ORDER BY department ASC LIMIT ?, ?";
|Can prepared statement handles be stored in member variables?|
Technically it is possible, as you already know by simply trying or
The query […] can be executed multiple times.
I would consider preparing all statements in the constructor as a bad
idea. I guess it will become unmaintainable if you got a bunch of SQL
statements in the constructor without any context. Furthermore you
might prepare more than you actually need.
One idea to o
|Number of variables doesn't match - prepared statement|
It's very confusing, but you can try:
if (strlen($search) > 0)
$query = "SELECT
AGAINST('?' IN BOOLEAN MODE) AS score
FROM products AS p
LEFT OUTER JOIN products_images AS i
ON p.product_id = i.product_id AND i.featured=1 AND i.deleted=0
INNER JOIN accounts AS a
ON p.account_id = a.account_id