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Using Associated Arrays with SQL Anywhere
 
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Description:
sasql_fetch_assoc() returns an associative array of strings representing the fetched row in a result set. The key of the array references the result set's column name. It returns FALSE if there are no more rows in the result set.

This code sample shows how to execute a SELECT statement and print each row of the result set by referencing the column name.

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<?php
 
    #*********************************************************************     
    # Description:
    # sasql_fetch_assoc() returns an associative array of strings
    # representing the fetched row in a result set. The key of the array
    # references the result set's column name. It returns FALSE if there
    # are no more rows in the result set.
    #
    # This code sample shows how to execute a SELECT statement and
    # print each row of the result set by referencing the column name.
    #
    #*********************************************************************   
 
    # Connect using the default user ID and password
    $conn = sasql_connect ( "UID=DBA;PWD=sql" ) ;
 
    # Check connection
    if ( sasql_errorcode ( ) ) {
        printf ( "Connect failed: %s \n " , sasql_error ( ) ) ;
        exit ( ) ;
    }
 
    $query = "SELECT Surname, Phone FROM Employees ORDER by EmployeeID" ;
 
    if ( $result = sasql_query ( $conn , $query ) ) {
        # Fetch associative array
        while ( $row = sasql_fetch_assoc ( $result ) ) {
          # Print columns "Surname" and "Phone"
          printf ( "%s (%s) \n " , $row [ "Surname" ] , $row [ "Phone" ] ) ;
        }      
        # Free result set
       sasql_free_result ( $result ) ;
    }
 
    # Close connection
    sasql_close ( $conn ) ;
 
?>

 

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