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odbc_next_result

Checks if multiple results are available (PHP 4 >= 4.0.5, PHP 5)
bool odbc_next_result ( resource result_id )

odbc_next_result() returns TRUE if there are more result sets available as well as allowing access to the next result set via odbc_fetch_array(), odbc_fetch_row(), odbc_result(), etc.

This function returns FALSE on error.

The argument is a valid result identifier returned by odbc_exec().

Example 1662. odbc_next_result()

<?php
$r_Connection
= odbc_connect($dsn, $username, $password);

$s_SQL = <<<END_SQL
SELECT 'A'
SELECT 'B'
SELECT 'C'
END_SQL;

$r_Results = odbc_exec($r_Connection, $s_SQL);

$a_Row1 = odbc_fetch_array($r_Results);
$a_Row2 = odbc_fetch_array($r_Results);
echo
"Dump first result set";
var_dump($a_Row1, $a_Row2);

echo
"Get second results set ";
var_dump(odbc_next_result($r_Results));

$a_Row1 = odbc_fetch_array($r_Results);
$a_Row2 = odbc_fetch_array($r_Results);
echo
"Dump second result set ";
var_dump($a_Row1, $a_Row2);

echo
"Get third results set ";
var_dump(odbc_next_result($r_Results));

$a_Row1 = odbc_fetch_array($r_Results);
$a_Row2 = odbc_fetch_array($r_Results);
echo
"Dump third result set ";
var_dump($a_Row1, $a_Row2);

echo
"Try for a fourth result set ";
var_dump(odbc_next_result($r_Results));
?>

The above example will output:

Dump first result set array(1) {
 ["A"]=>
 string(1) "A"
}
bool(false)
Get second results set bool(true)
Dump second result set array(1) {
 ["B"]=>
 string(1) "B"
}
bool(false)
Get third results set bool(true)
Dump third result set array(1) {
 ["C"]=>
 string(1) "C"
}
bool(false)
Try for a fourth result set bool(false)