File: sample_basic.php

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File: sample_basic.php
Role: Example script
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Description: basic sample of class
Class: SDB simple MySQL class
Wrapper to access MySQL databases
Author: By
Last change: version 0.2.2
Date: 9 years ago
Size: 2,098 bytes


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by Pawel 'Pavlus' Janisio
License: GPL v3
Example file

require_once('../mysql_driver.php'); //include class file

//How to connect and get results from any mysql table

$DB = new DB_MYSQL('localhost','3306','root','password', 'mysql'); //connect to database (host, port, user, password, database)

//$DB = new DB_MYSQL('localhost','3306','root','password', 'mysql', 2); //connect to database with debug mode = 2

$query1 = $DB->query('SELECT host FROM user'); //send query
$query2 = $DB->query('SELECT password FROM user'); //send query
$query3 = $DB->query('SELECT * FROM help_topic'); //send query :)
$query4 = $DB->query('SELECT user FROM user'); //send query :)

#First option -> u use only $DB->fetch() and $buffer will get result from LAST query

while($buffer = $DB->fetch()) //fetch result to array - basic method
$buffer['user'].'<br>'; //where 'user' is a name of desired row in table

#Second option -> you can choose, from which query you want to get result $DB->fetch($query2)

while($buffer = $DB->fetch($query2))


//Additional functions

echo 'Number of rows from last query: '.$DB->numRows();

'Number of rows from query3: '.$DB->numRows($query3);

'Queries: '.$DB->queries; //Number of queries done by script
echo '<br><br>';

'Last MySQL error: '.$DB->showError(); //Show last mysql error

echo '<hr>';

//Sample error output

if($DB->countErrors() > 0) //if error exist
'<br><u>Detailed info about errors:</u><br>';

'<b>Caused by: </b>'.$_SESSION['error_sdb'].'<br>'; //class file error
echo '<b>Server at: </b>'.$_SESSION['error_env'].'<br>'; //mysql host
echo '<b>Mysql user: </b>'.$_SESSION['error_user'].'<br>'; //actual mysql user
echo '<b>Error time: </b>'.$_SESSION['error_time'].'<br><br>'; //error time

echo '<b>Full backrace: </b><br>'.$_SESSION['output_backtrace'].'<br>'; //fully backtrace reproducing error


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