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I tested and successfully used this SQL code below to input data into a database.

    INSERT INTO hraps (id, firstname, lastname, gender, year_of_1st_rappel, count_offset_proficiency, count_offset_operational, spotter) values(111111, 'World', 'Hello', 'Male', '2007', '1', '2', '0')

Now I'm trying to integrate it into PHP like this:

     $query = "INSERT INTO hraps (firstname, lastname, gender, year_of_1st_rappel, count_offset_proficiency, count_offset_operational, spotter) "
    ."values('".$this->firstname."','".$this->lastname."','".$this->gender."','".$this->year_of_1st_rappel."',".$this->count_offset_proficiency.",".$this->count_offset_operational.",".$this->spotter.") returning id into :id";

    $dbid = "";
    $binds = array();
    $binds[] = array("name" => ":id", "value" => &$dbid, "length" => 128);
    //echo $query;              
    $result = mydb::cxn()->query($query, $binds);
    $this->id = $dbid;

But nothing gets inserted and I'm not getting any error. The only difference is that in this one I'm defining id as $dbid, and before I hard-coded it in the "values" section of the query.

Can somebody please point out why this code is not working successfully?
Thank you.

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Last Post by diafol
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But nothing gets inserted and I'm not getting any error. The only difference is that in this one I'm defining id as $dbid, and before I hard-coded it in the "values" section of the query.

That's not how you INSERT in PHP.

Read this and look closely how to INSERT statement should look like:

http://www.phpeasystep.com/mysql/5.html

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I think the problem is with returning into. Isn't this an Oracle specific construct? Anyway, I am not convinced that you can bind a return value.

Edited by pritaeas

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I think the trouble lies with this section:

$dbid = "";
$binds = array();
$binds[] = array("name" => ":id", "value" => &$dbid, "length" => 128);

I'm not entirely sure how it's setting the id, to be honest.

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This certainly looks like Oracle. Is it?

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