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Bug #13604 odbc_primarykeys with Access
Submitted: 2001-10-08 16:58 UTC Modified: 2002-09-09 01:00 UTC
Avg. Score:4.6 ± 1.0
Reproduced:15 of 15 (100.0%)
Same Version:5 (33.3%)
Same OS:8 (53.3%)
From: phperror at gustl dot at Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: ODBC related
PHP Version: 4.0.6 OS: W98, W98SE
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2001-10-08 16:58 UTC] phperror at gustl dot at

i don't get odbc_primarykeys () working with access-dbs. example:

    $dsn = "accessdsn"; $user = ""; $pass = ""; $db = "accessdb";
#    $dsn = "mssqldsn"; $user = ""; $pass = ""; $db = "mssqldb";
#    $dsn = "mysqldsn"; $user = ""; $pass = ""; $db = "mysqldb";

$con = odbc_connect ($dsn, $user, $pass) or die ("no connect to $dsn");

$res = odbc_tables ($con, $db, "", "%", "'TABLE'") or die ("no tables in $db of $dsn");
odbc_result_all ($res);

echo "<h2>Tables in db $db of $dsn</h2>";
$res = odbc_tables ($con, $db, "", "%", "'TABLE'") or die ("no tables in $db of $dsn");
while (odbc_fetch_row ($res)) {
  $qualifiers [] = odbc_result ($res, 1);
  $owners     [] = odbc_result ($res, 2);
  $tables     [] = odbc_result ($res, 3);
print_r ($tables);

reset ($tables);
while (list ($i, $table) = each ($tables)) {
  echo "<h2>keys of ".$table." (".$qualifiers [$i].", ".$owners [$i].")</h2>";
  $res = odbc_primarykeys ($con, $qualifiers [$i], $owners [$i], $table);
  if ($res)
    odbc_result_all ($res);
    echo (odbc_error ().": ".odbc_errormsg ()."<BR>");
##  must close, otherwise php 4.05RC1, 4.06 crashes
odbc_close ($con);
echo ("ende");


in PHP4.06 I get the following php errormsg:
Warning: SQL error: , SQL state 00000 in SQLPrimaryKeys in c:/arbeit/test/odbc2.php4 on line 23
I tried all the combinations of setting the parameters with spaces and/or "%", no chance.

Gustav Graf


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 [2002-06-06 13:00 UTC] josh at engledental dot com
I get the same error when trying to run odbc_specialcolumns.  SQL state 00000 is success, so I guess its the ODBC driver which isn't handling things correctly?  Any ideas?
 [2002-07-29 12:55 UTC] jeff dot albert at ualberta dot ca
I'm having the same problem with win2k, Apache, and PHP 4.2.2, accessing any of a number of Access databases; the error seems to occur with any attempt access any of the following functions:


incidentally, occasionally the tables functions will actually cause php.exe to crash outright. Here's the simplest example of code that causes the problem:

$con = odbc_connect("dev", "", "");
$result = odbc_columnprivileges($con, "", "", "", "%");

jeff albert
 [2002-07-29 13:58 UTC]
Jeff please limit yourself to one bug report per bug.  If you have issues with other ODBC functionality, feel free to open a seperate bug report.  
 [2002-08-05 20:38 UTC]
Using the latest CVS I cannot get your sample code to work at all.  It seems the $tables is never populated on my end.  Any chance you can post a sample schema, or see if this is still happening?
 [2002-09-09 01:00 UTC] php-bugs at lists dot php dot net
No feedback was provided for this bug for over a month, so it is
being suspended automatically. If you are able to provide the
information that was originally requested, please do so and change
the status of the bug back to "Open".
 [2003-07-12 03:04 UTC] sa_kelkar at yahoo dot com
I have same problem with odbc_primarykeys when i am using with the DB2. Please guide me

my code is
	//include '';


echo $m;
 [2006-08-11 03:45 UTC] kaspernj at gmail dot com

I have the exact same problem with the latest CVS of PHP 5.1, Access-database saved with Access 2003, Windows XP 32bit with SP2 and all the latest updates (11-08-2006).

The warning I get is this:
Warning: odbc_primarykeys(): SQL error: , SQL state 00000 in SQLPrimaryKeys in D:\phpprogs\knj_sqladmin\DBConn.php on line 357

...with the following code:
   $f_gpk = odbc_primarykeys($this->conn, "", "", $tablename);

$this->conn is being used many times, before it fails on "odbc_primarykeys()", so I have established a connection to the Access database - I am sure. It is possible to read the tables data.

odbc_columns() works as espected.
odbc_tables() works as espected.
 [2007-05-26 12:16 UTC] ahmedmatah at yahoo dot com
 [2009-05-09 20:28 UTC] joost at cnoc dot nl
This is not so strange, since MS Access doesn't support the odbc  SQLPrimaryKeys-api call. So this will never work as long as Microsoft doesn't fix this.
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