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Bug #59922 "db2_bind_param() [function.db2-bind-param]: Describe Param Failed" error
Submitted: 2011-08-31 20:01 UTC Modified: 2011-09-01 05:06 UTC
From: xavier dot prudhomme at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: ibm_db2 (PECL)
PHP Version: 5.3.6 OS: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2011-08-31 20:01 UTC] xavier dot prudhomme at gmail dot com
Since I have updated my version of DB2 Express-C from v9.7.2 
to v9.7.4, when trying to call Stored Procedures from PHP, I 
am no longer able to use prepared statements and then bind 
parameters with the db2_bind_param ( ) function.

Every time I call the db2_bind_param() function in this 
situation, I got "Warning: db2_bind_param() [function.db2-
bind-param]: Describe Param Failed..."

I repeat that it was working perfectly before the database 
upgrade. The code using the db2_bind_param() function hasn't 
changed at all.

Oddly, when using the function in order to call a DB2 UDF, 
it works fine.

I have even dropped and re-deployed the Stored Procedures, 
just in case the issue could come from a version 
compatibility issue. I have also run the db2updv97 -d 
database_name command, to upgrade my database to the 9.7.4 
features, without any success in resolving the issue.

Thus, I wonder if the problem could come from the php 
ibm_db2 driver?


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 [2011-09-01 05:06 UTC] xavier dot prudhomme at gmail dot com
After dropping the database and recreating it, the issue was 
gone. Sorry for the wrong bug report.
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