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Bug #22852 Results returned by odbc_exec are not right
Submitted: 2003-03-24 10:38 UTC Modified: 2003-03-31 01:59 UTC
From: craig at myschoolmates dot com Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: ODBC related
PHP Version: 4.3.1 OS: Win XP Pro
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-03-24 10:38 UTC] craig at myschoolmates dot com
I have a standard php installation, latest 1.3 release on a win XP box, using ODBC to access a Paradox database.

Connection code:

		$myDB = odbc_connect("llcs", "", "");
		$rs = odbc_exec($myDB, $Property_SQL);
		$count = 0;

To show Results, I use:

	  	while (odbc_fetch_into($rs, $my_array)) {
				<?php echo $my_array[0]; ?>

SQL Query example that works:

Select Firstname, Surname, Age from Users where Age=50

Returns alot of records, which is correct. I then take an example of a record that I got back, eg: Craig, Lister, 50, and then try this SQL:

Select Firstname, Surname, Age from Users where Surname = "Lister"

That returns ONLY the first record. Eg, Andrew, Lister, 27

It seems to be only returning the first record when I search for strings, but on numerical searches, it works fine.

You can see this at ... use the 'Electoral Search'.

Thank you,


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