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Is there a MySQLi Server Behavior equivalent for mysqli_fetch_assoc?

Thread began 6/02/2015 3:47 pm by James | Last modified 6/03/2015 2:00 pm by Ray Borduin | 949 views | 5 replies |

James

Is there a MySQLi Server Behavior equivalent for mysqli_fetch_assoc?

I am currently accessing my db directly with mysqli like this:

$result = $mysqli->query("SELECT * FROM database ORDER BY col1, col2, col3 ASC");

and then using this statement:
while ($items = mysqli_fetch_assoc($result)) { //stuff I do }

I have no problem with the query but I am probably missing something simple when it comes to the mysqli_fetch_assoc($result), is there MySQLi Server Behavior equivalent for mysqli_fetch_assoc?

I have tried: while ($items = $myquery->Results) { //stuff I do }, but this does not work.

Any clue would be great.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

If you are using the webassist MySQLi recordset, you could use:

php:
<?php

while(!$Recordset1->atEnd()) {
// do stuff here
  
$Recordset1->moveNext();
}
?>
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James

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  If you are using the webassist MySQLi recordset, you could use:
php:
<?php

while(!$Recordset1->atEnd()) {
// do stuff here
  
$Recordset1->moveNext();
}
?>
  



I am looking to access a whole row at once. mysqli_fetch_assoc loads each complete row into an associative array. I think with your while loop example, I would still have to process each column separately.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

php:
<?php

  
for ($x=0$x<sizeof($Recordset1->Results); $x++) {
     
$columnsArray $Recordset1->Results[$x];
     
// do stuff here
  
}
?>
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James

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  
php:
<?php

  
for ($x=0$x<sizeof($Recordset1->Results); $x++) {
     
$columnsArray $Recordset1->Results[$x];
     
// do stuff here
  
}
?>
  



I tried your suggestion but $Recordset1->Results[$x] through an "Undefined offset" error. Here is the way I code it:

for ($x=0; $x<$Recordset1->TotalRows; $x++) {

$columnsArray = $Recordset1->Results[$x];

// stuff I do

}
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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I've tested both your and my sample loops and they both appear to work for me. Did you add any code into the loop that may be causing the error? Does the error give a line number? Which line errors?

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