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Bug #11819 Bug with ibase_execute()
Submitted: 2001-07-01 04:03 UTC Modified: 2001-07-06 06:13 UTC
From: flying at dom dot natm dot ru Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: InterBase related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: Windows 2000
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2001-07-01 04:03 UTC] flying at dom dot natm dot ru
Environment:
 - Windows 2000 Server
 - Apache v1.3.20 (binaries from www.apache.org)
 - PHP v4.0.5 (binaries from www.php.net)
 - InterBase v6.0.0.627 (binaries from www.borland.com)

1. Create very simple database:
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CREATE DATABASE 'c:\db\test.gdb'
USER 'user' PASSWORD 'password';

CREATE TABLE TABLE_1 (
    ID_1 INTEGER NOT NULL);

CREATE TABLE TABLE_2 (
    ID_2 INTEGER NOT NULL,
    FK INTEGER);

ALTER TABLE TABLE_1 ADD CONSTRAINT PK_1 PRIMARY KEY (ID_1);
ALTER TABLE TABLE_2 ADD CONSTRAINT PK_2 PRIMARY KEY (ID_2);
ALTER TABLE TABLE_2 ADD CONSTRAINT FK_2_1 FOREIGN KEY (FK) REFERENCES TABLE_1 (ID_1);

COMMIT WORK;
-----------------------------------------------------------------

2. Create very simple PHP script:
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<?php
$ib = ibase_connect('c:\db\test.gdb','user','password');

$query = ibase_prepare($ib,'insert into TABLE_2(ID_2, FK) values (?, ?)');
$rs = ibase_execute($query,1,null);

ibase_close($ib);
?>
-----------------------------------------------------------------

3. Run it and look at the following error:
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Warning: InterBase: violation of FOREIGN KEY constraint "FK_2_1" on table "TABLE_2" in test.php on line 5
-----------------------------------------------------------------

Note, that if we'll insert non-NULL value into TABLE_2.FK, then all will work fine.

4. Rewire our PHP script slightly:
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<?php
$ib = ibase_connect('c:\db\test.gdb','user','password');

$query = ibase_query($ib,"insert into TABLE_2(ID_2, FK) values (1,null)");

ibase_close($ib);
?>
-----------------------------------------------------------------

5. Run it and note, that all works fine!

 So, there is a serious bug into ibase_execute() function, which prevents first version of
PHP script from working properly.
 

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 [2001-07-01 06:57 UTC] derick@php.net
This is not a PHP bug. Interbase gives you a warning, and not PHP. (PHP merely shows the warning for you).

Derick
 [2001-07-06 06:13 UTC] flying at dom dot natm dot ru
Look at PHP scripts, I was posted, one more time. You'll see, that this warning was disappeared, when PHP (!) code was changed (note, nothing else, just PHP code!).  And one more thing: all other programs doesn't cause this warning to appear in the same situation. So, as I said before, it seems, that PHP itself hadles this situation incorrectly (maybe wrong parameters are passed to InterBase or something else). And problem is still exists, even into 4.0.6
 
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