I can successfully connect to PostgreSQL (pgsql extension). However,
when I make a deliberate mistake, I'm unable to capture the connection
error with pg_last_error() as one would with the *_last_error()
functions of other database extensions.
Here is an example:
$c = pg_connect('host=127.0.0.1 user=postgres password=xxx
dbname=yyy') or var_dump( pg_last_error() );
The following output (with warnings) is returned:
Warning: pg_connect() [function.pg-connect]: Unable to connect to
PostgreSQL server: FATAL: password authentication failed for user
"postgres" in ..
Warning: pg_last_error() [function.pg-last-error]: No PostgreSQL link
opened yet in ...
One would expect pg_last_error() to return "password authentication
failed" instead of FALSE!
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