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LXXX. Oracle Functions

Introduction

This extension adds support for Oracle database server access. See also the OCI8 extension.

Installation

You have to compile PHP with the option --with-oracle[=DIR], where DIR defaults to your environment variable ORACLE_HOME.

Predefined Constants

The constants below are defined by this extension, and will only be available when the extension has either been compiled into PHP or dynamically loaded at runtime.

ORA_BIND_INOUT (integer)

ORA_BIND_IN (integer)

ORA_BIND_OUT (integer)

ORA_FETCHINTO_ASSOC (integer)

ORA_FETCHINTO_NULLS (integer)

Table of Contents
ora_bind -- Binds a PHP variable to an Oracle parameter
ora_close -- Closes an Oracle cursor
ora_columnname -- Gets the name of an Oracle result column
ora_columnsize -- Returns the size of an Oracle result column
ora_columntype -- Gets the type of an Oracle result column
ora_commit -- Commit an Oracle transaction
ora_commitoff -- Disable automatic commit
ora_commiton -- Enable automatic commit
ora_do -- Parse, Exec, Fetch
ora_error -- Gets an Oracle error message
ora_errorcode -- Gets an Oracle error code
ora_exec -- Execute a parsed statement on an Oracle cursor
ora_fetch_into -- Fetch a row into the specified result array
ora_fetch -- Fetch a row of data from a cursor
ora_getcolumn -- Get data from a fetched column
ora_logoff -- Close an Oracle connection
ora_logon -- Open an Oracle connection
ora_numcols -- Returns the number of columns
ora_numrows -- Returns the number of rows
ora_open -- Opens an Oracle cursor
ora_parse -- Parse an SQL statement with Oracle
ora_plogon --  Open a persistent Oracle connection
ora_rollback -- Rolls back a transaction

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