Gets number of affected rows in last query
(PHP 4, PHP 5)
Example 2522. Delete-Query
The above example will output:
Code Examples / Notes » sybase_affected_rows
The sybase_affected_rows() function seems to work now with the Sybase DB Library. Not sure when this improvement was made, but I'm currently running PHP 4.1.2 on Solaris.
Affected rows seems to return a -1 if the query syntax was incorrect on the last submitted query.
Affected rows returns 0 if no rows were affected or another error occured, such as a foreign key violation and also returns 0 if the query was successfully, but no records were affected by the query.
If the query was valid and did affect some rows, sybase_affected_rows() seems to be returning the correct number.
If you get a segfault with sybase-ct, add a en_US entry to your $SYBASE/locales/locales.dat file:
locale = en_US, us_english, iso_1