V S P wrote:
> I appologize in advance, if this is not the right place
> to ask (but I would appreciate then a pointer where I could ask)
> I am using PHP 5.2.6 and Postgres 8.3 both on windows right now.
> Wanted to know if there is a way to pass via PDO (because
> that's how I connect now to Postgres)
> an array of values to insert at once
> for example:
> I have a PHP class:
> I have, say, an array of 50 objects of type cwork
> I would like to insert all items in the array at once
> so that I would do one trip to the database.
PDO doesn't let you send multiple queries in the one request.
Since you're connecting to postgres, you can use this to do a bulk-insert:
Though it's not part of pdo, and also postgres 'copy from stdin' is all
or nothing - so if you have one line of bad data in there, none of it's
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