Why do you specifically want to do this through PlPgsql?
You can just as easily do a query directly from PHP to get a recordset,
and it gives less server overhead.
Ganesh Laxmanmurthy wrote:
> Dear All:
> Regarding PHP & PLPGSQL Programming. I am new to
> I wish someone suggest me the solution for the below
> requirement even though it is very simple as I am new
> to the subject and could not find an answer which I
> can understand.
> I have a table by name 'users' with several columns.
> I want to query "select * from users' from PHP to
> Postgresql through PLPGSQL.
> Therefore I need
> 1. The practical syntax for the PLPGSQL function
> 2. The practical syntax for calling and displaying of
> the returned recordset from PHP.
> With the above I would be able to develop futher
> I would be thankful for the same.
> Thanks in advance
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