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Re: [PHP] help ?

From: "scott(dot)marlowe" <scott(dot)marlowe(at)ihs(dot)com>
To: utomo restu <utomo(at)linuxmail(dot)org>
Cc: <pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org>, <pgsql-general(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: [PHP] help ?
Date: 2003-05-30 14:47:27
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The PHP list is probably sub-optimal, so I'm cross posting this to 
general.  Whoever gets it next there, please remove the PHP cc then.

On Fri, 30 May 2003, utomo restu wrote:

> Dear All
> I'am a new user in postgresql, i want to ask about :
> 1. The one who is intended with STORED PROCEDURE, 
>    how its implement and what its surplus. 
>    Version POSTGRESQL that how much possess STRORED PROCEDURE. 

Every version I've ever used.  If you are running anything older than 
7.2.4 you should upgrade.

7.3.3 is the latest stable release, and it is quite stable and very fast.

> 2. In when I make the function as follows:
>    CREATE FUNCTION forward(CHAR(10))
>    RETURNS CHAR(10), CHAR(30)
>    AS 'select no_id, name FROM address where no_id=$1;'
>    Language 'sql';
>    To step forward orders the error ... 
>    Which wants I asked, how make a function that can step forward
> RETURNS More than a column 
>    (I want to show 2 columns i.e. no_id and Name) ?

You're going to need 7.3.x to do this, so you may as well upgrade to it 
now.  Record sets can be returned as of version 7.3.

For more information on record sets in stored procedures, see the 
programmer's guide:

Sepcifically the section on returning rows in plpgsql:

Happy hacking!

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