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Bug #44509 pg_send_execute() does not work and pg_send_query() is blocking
Submitted: 2008-03-23 04:23 UTC Modified: 2008-03-25 19:35 UTC
From: andre dot baggio at bol dot com dot br Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: PostgreSQL related
PHP Version: 5.1.6 OS: Linux hm517 2.6.9-67.0.4.ELsmp #
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2008-03-23 04:23 UTC] andre dot baggio at bol dot com dot br
PHP Version is 5.1.6
PostgreSQL(libpq) Version  8.1.6  


Problem 1:
In this code, the part 1 with pg_send_query()
stores one record in the DB. (it's ok)

the part 2 with the pg_send_prepare() and pg_send_excute()
DOESN'T stores the record in the DB.

Problem 2:
Besides , when I use: 
pg_send_query($con,"select my_slow_func()");
sending a very slow query, the page takes the same time to be ready,
as if it was using pg_query().
 but it was supposed that will be fast;
It seems that the pg_send_query is been bloking.

Reproduce code:
///part 1
  $query = "insert into teste (dt_ini,dt_fim) values ('ggg','hhh')";
  $qq = pg_send_query($connrc,$query);

/// part 2
  $query = "insert into teste (dt_ini,dt_fim) values ('rrrr','tttt')";
  pg_send_prepare($connrc, "my_query", $query);

  if (!pg_connection_busy($connrc) )
      pg_send_execute($connrc, "my_query");

Expected result:
I expected 2 records in the database

Problem 2:
the page should be ready quickly;

Actual result:
Only one record is 

Problem 2:
the page takes the same time as using pg_query();


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