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Re: What's wrong with this? (Pt II)

From: John Poltorak <jp(at)eyup(dot)org>
To: pgsql-novice(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: What's wrong with this? (Pt II)
Date: 2001-01-22 10:04:52
Message-ID: 20010122100452.D85@eyup.org (view raw or flat)
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On Mon, Jan 22, 2001 at 04:40:34AM -0500, info(at)i-developit(dot)com wrote:
> Don't forget too that when you do a pgsql_fetch_array,
> the way your are doing it, it will only pull the last
> item. You need to make that in a while loop, so that
> it will retreive all the rows of data.

Yes, I am aware of that, but pulling any item appears to be proving a
hurdle...

> Example:
>
> while($row = pgsql_fetch_array($result))
> {
>       echo $row["townName"];
> }
>
> This will display all the townName entries that were a part
> of your query. (i.e., if there were 4 results returned, it would
> display all 4 results, but only the column townName)

It appears that there is something fundamentally wrong.


Here's the full script:-

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>pg_test</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>


<?


$connectid = pg_connect("194.164.53.200", "5432", "postgres");

$query = "SELECT townName FROM towns";

$result = pg_exec($connectid, $query);

while($row = pgsql_fetch_array($result))
{
        echo $row["townName"];
        }

?>

This is the response:-


Fatal error: Call to undefined function: pgsql_fetch_array() in test.php
on line 17

Line 17 => while($row = pgsql_fetch_array($result))

c:\>php  -v
4.0.4pl1

Since this appears to be a PHP problem rather than anything specific to
Postges, I guess I should pursuit it elsewhwere. Is there anything like
a PHP-Novices mailing list anywhere?


> Hope this helps,
> Andy Holman

--
John



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