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Bug #46609 can't read out the result from a mssql stored procedure
Submitted: 2008-11-19 09:17 UTC Modified: 2009-03-03 05:32 UTC
From: gyula dot fekete at different dot hu Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: MSSQL related
PHP Version: 5.2.6 OS: Linux
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2008-11-19 09:17 UTC] gyula dot fekete at different dot hu

I connect to a MSSQL server and run a stored procedure, but I can't read out the result of the query in that sp. I use the mssql_init,mssql_bind,mssql_execute functions like I saw on, but it does not work. The stored procedure runs correctly, without any error, and it should return values, becouse I tested it in SQL Server Man. Studio whit the same parameters.

Reproduce code:

$from = 26;
$to = 28;

$dfrom = '20080101';
$dto = '20080331';

$stmt=mssql_init("FokonyvKartonLista", $conn);
mssql_bind($stmt, "@FszamTol", $from, SQLINT4);
mssql_bind($stmt, "@FszamIg", $to, SQLINT4);
mssql_bind($stmt, "@DatumTol", $dfrom, SQLCHAR);
mssql_bind($stmt, "@DatumIg", $dto, SQLCHAR);

if (!$r){
    $message = "Last message from SQL : " . mssql_get_last_message() ."";
    echo $message;
while ($s = mssql_fetch_row($r)) {		
   echo "Row: ".$s[0]."<br />";

// OR
do {
        while ($s = mssql_fetch_row($r)) {		 
		echo "Row: ".$s[0]."<br />";



Expected result:
I expect the returnd rows of the query in the stored procedure.
The result of var_dump($r) is:
        resource(5) of type (mssql result)
What does this mean?

Actual result:
No result


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