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Bug #74195 OCI_BIND_BY_NAME dates problem
Submitted: 2017-03-02 09:26 UTC Modified: 2017-03-02 11:24 UTC
From: wgizynski at gmail dot com Assigned:
Status: Open Package: PDO OCI
PHP Version: 7.1Git-2017-03-02 (Git) OS: Windows2008 server
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2017-03-02 09:26 UTC] wgizynski at gmail dot com
I think there is a problem with binding variables with condition to Date columns in oracle sql.
It gives ORA-01722 invalid number. With numbers and varchars everything is ok.
Putting directly in sql without binding gives a result.
PHP Version 7.1.1
Oracle Run-time Client Library Version 

Test script:
TO_DATE(:ON_DATE,'YYYY-MM-DD') BETWEEN x.fromdate AND x.todate
$onDate = '2017-03-02';
oci_bind_by_name($stid, ":ON_DATE", $onDate)


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 [2017-03-02 11:24 UTC] wgizynski at gmail dot com
I have found a reason of my troubles.
IN SQL was another condition:
AND upr.user_id = :USER_ID
I was binding not variable, but method result. ($User->getUserId()).
There is notice that I shouldn't do that.
This is the reason why next bind of date variable gives such error.
I think it shouldnt looks like this, its veery confusing.
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