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File: mysqli_access_exemple.php
Role: Example script
Content type: text/plain
Description: Exemple of use
Class: MySQLi access
MySQL database access using MySQLi
Author: By
Last change: update of the example file
Date: 5 years ago
Size: 3,383 bytes
 

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<?php

require '\mysqli_class.php';

/*login info  / options
    *    If set here will overight info set in mysqli_config.php
    *    can set database or not
        */
    /* $login=array(    'HOST'=>'localhost',
                        'USER'=>'root',
                        'PASSWORD'=>'',
                    ); 
    */
    /* $options=array(    'SHOW_EXCEPTIONS'=>true,
                        'SHOW_MESSAGE'=> '<p>An error as occur </p>',
                        'DIE_ON_EXCEPTION'=>false,
                        'AUTOCONNECT'=>false,
                    ); 
    */
                        
    /* $sqli=new mysqli_access($login,$options); 
        $sqli->connect('db');
    */
    
    
$sqli=new mysqli_access();
    echo 
'Connection Succeded... ' .$sqli->host_info .'<br />'


/*GET TABLE FIELDS
    */
    
echo '<p><b> Get_Table fields </b></p>';
    
    
$sqli->table='test';
    
$sqli->Get_table_fields();
    
$c=count($sqli->fieldlist);

    echo 
"<p> There is " .$c" fields in the table '"$sqli->table ."' :</p>";
    
        foreach( 
$sqli->fieldlist as $key=>$field) {
            
$field_num=$key+1;
            echo 
'Field '.$field_num ' : ' .$field '<br />';
        }
        
/*GET_DATA
    * The following exemple is really general
    * It will get all the rowas of data from the table
    *    If you know the number of field on the table you are working on and the field you want to print just :
    *        foreach($data as $row){
    *             echo $row['2'];
    *        }
    *
    * POSSIBLE SELECTION CRITERES
    *    
    *    $data=$sqli->Get_data(__LINE__,$field,$where,$group,$sort,$limit);
    *     
    *     To get specific field only try:
    *             $field=$field1
    *              $field=array($field1,$field3);
    *    To get specific rows try:
    *             $where['field name']=value
    *            $where=array( 'field1 name'=>value, 'field3 name'=>value )
    *    To group try
    *            $group='field1';
    *    To sort try
    *             $sort='field1'
    *            $sort=array('field1','field3')
    *    To specify the sorting order
    *            $sort['field1']='ASC'  
    *            $sort=array('field1'=>'ASC','field3'=>'DESC');
    *To put a limit
    *            $limit=(int)
    */
        
        
echo '<p><b> Get_data  </b></p>';
        
        
$field=null;
        
$where['field']='value';
        
        
$sqli->table='tablemame';
        
$data=$sqli->Get_data($field,$where);
    
        echo 
"<p> There is " .$sqli->num_rows" row in the table '"$sqli->table ."'</p>";
        
            foreach(
$data as $key=>$row) {
                
$row_num=$key+1;
                echo 
'Row of data number '.$row_num '<p>';
                    for(
$i=$i<$c $i++){
        
                        echo 
' : ' $row[$i] . ' <br />';
                    }
                echo 
'</p>';
            } 
             


 
/* INSERT DATA
    * This is just exemple of the syntax
    */
        
$sqli->table='tablename';
        
$values=array('value3','value2','value3','value4');
        
$sqli->Insert_data($values);
        
        
 
/* UPDATE DATA
    * This is just exemple of the syntax
    *
    *POSSIBLE Update arguments
    *    $where as to be array
    *        $where['field']='value;
    * To update all the fields of the table try :
    *        $fields=null; OR $fields=array(all fields);
    *        $values=(all values);
    * To update only certain fields
    *        $fields=array('field2','field3');
    *        $values=array('value1','value2');    
    */
    
    
        
$sqli->table='tablename';
         
$where['field']='value';    
        
$values=array('value3','value2','value3','value4');
        
$fields=null;
        
$sqli->Update_data($where,$values,$fields); */
     
 
/* DELETE DATA
    * This is just exemple of the syntax
    *     $where as to be array : $where['field']='value;
    */
    
$sqli->table='tablename';
    
$where['field']='value';
    
$sqli->Delete_data($where); 
    

$sqli->close();

unset(
$sqli);

?>