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Bug #57079 SQLSTATE 22005 with DB2
Submitted: 2006-06-12 10:15 UTC Modified: 2006-10-30 06:33 UTC
From: simonslaws at googlemail dot com Assigned: cem (profile)
Status: Not a bug Package: SCA_SDO (PECL)
PHP Version: 5.1.2 OS: Windows XP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
 [2006-06-12 10:15 UTC] simonslaws at googlemail dot com
PHP 5.1.2
SDO 1.0.1
DB2 8.2FP12

When creating a a new row in a simple table $das->applyChanges () returns with SQLSTATE 22005 indicating that it thinks that there is a type missmatch between the expected column types and the provided column types. 

It should be noted that this example works with PHP 5.1.4 so maybe this is just a case of pointing out that this problem can arrise with PHP 5.1.2

Reproduce code:
Simple table

		  "AINT" INT,
		  "AVARCHAR" VARCHAR(14))   

Simple test to read data and insert a row

    // Describe the structure of the alltype table
    $alltype_table = array('name' => 'alltype',
                           'columns' => array('asmallint', 'aint', 'avarchar'),
                           'PK' => 'asmallint');

      // construct the SQL query for alltype retrieval
      $stmt = "select asmallint, aint, avarchar from alltype";
      // execute the query to retrieve the departments
      $root = $das->executeQuery($dbh, $stmt);

      //create a new row in the table
      $newrow = $root -> createDataObject('alltype');
      // set the properties
      $newrow->asmallint = $count;
      $newrow->aint = 4;
      $newrow->avarchar = 'PHP XP';

      $das->applyChanges($dbh, $root);

Gives rise to follwoing error. The test code works fine on MySQL so it would seem that there is something suspect about the SDO/PDO ODBC/DB2 path

SDO/DAS/Relational.php::applyChanges encountered an error when attempting to exe
cute INSERT INTO alltype (asmallint,aint,avarchar) VALUES (?,?,?);
PDO reported no rows affected by the SQL statement.
This may happen if the data that was retrieved and updated has been changed by a
nother processs in the database in the meantime.
The error information returned from PDO::errorInfo() was:
  SQLSTATE: 22005
  Driver-specific error code: -99999
  Driver-specific error message: [IBM][CLI Driver] CLI0112E  Error in assignment
. SQLSTATE=22005 (SQLExecute[-99999] at ext\pdo_odbc\odbc_stmt.c:133)
All changes have been rolled back.<br/><br/>

Expected result:
I expected a new row to be added to the database

Actual result:
Failed with SQLSTATE 22005 indicating that DB2 thinks that there is a type missmatch between the expected column types and the provided column types. 


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 [2006-06-13 04:57 UTC]
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It's most likely that what youre seeing here is the same as, where the same symptom was seen using PDO with DB2. 

That bug was fixed in a later release of PHP/PDO.
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