Reverse Info

Backward Info

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Management tool for the data base structures

Reverse modules are an expansion of the commom modules drive and consist of the following structure: General printer device parameter encapsulating an interface that can be used to perform reverse printer device parameterization. To use the MDB2 reverse device it is necessary to download the reverse device first.

Let's run an MDB2 instances and establish our connection::connect($dsn); if(PEAR::isError($mdb2)) {/// The one with the username information error report about reasondie($mdb2->getuserinfo()); }/// We have a legitimate link, so let's do some tricks! Now we have full MDB2 reverse capability within our sample use.

As such, we will provide an example spreadsheet for the use of this document: Length' => 12, ),'somedate' => array('type' =>'date', ), The getTableFieldDefinition() method mainly exist to get an array defining a tabular area. You can then use this arrays to recreate the spreadsheet elsewhere, or for any other reason necessary.

With the MDB2 instances described above, we link to a data base, create a spreadsheet that we want to work with, and develop a particular space that interests us. First we have to specify the tables and fields we want to work with; then it is as simple as a line of coding to get the tables back as an army of merged numbers, then var_dump the results:

Returns either a merged arrays if successful or an MDB2 fault if unsuccessful. Returns something like this according to the type of fields defined: There are a number of other ways to obtain information about a chosen one. One of the following can be used according to the information you need: getTableConstraintDefinition(): needs a tab name and a restriction to search for it.

As a result, all constraints that are present in the worksheet are retrieved. The restriction here is usually a primary key, a unique key, or a foreign key. Returns an arrays with the same layout as the manager arrays with createConstraint(). getSequenceDefinition(): needs a name.

Information about the available tables is returned. If successful, the command returns an arrow or an MDB2 fault. getTriggerDefinition(): uses a given string as arguments and returns information about the requested triggers as an arrow. It returns a great deal of information about a spreadsheet and can be used in various ways.

You can use this approach to retrieve either a spreadsheet statement or a result set, making it ideal for building optimised spreadsheets. We will use a number of samples to perform some searches and retrieve the results in different ways to show the results more efficiently. ATTENTION: Either a spreadsheet OR a result set can be specified as the first argument to get information about the spreadsheet.

We will use the spreadsheet we have specified above in these samples. The following samples will show only the first tabular entry fields definitions, as they illustrate the difference in mode very well. The num_fields item provides a score of the number of colums in supplement to the information in the standard edition, while the order item provides an arrays with the collumn name as key and their site index number (corresponding to the keys in the standard edition) as read.

$tableInfo, $mdb2->tableInfo($table, MDB2_TABLEINFO_ORDER);var_dump($tableInfo); A change of modus to MDB2_TABLEINFO_ORDERTABLE gives us some extra information by giving extra dimension to the arrays where the tab titles are keys and the bin titles are subkeys. You can use this kind of request when you want to retrieve complicated join assignments where some fields may have the same name.

REMARK: The flag contains a space-separated dropdown box with extra information about the array. The majority of RTDBMS only deliver the spreadsheet and flag items if the outcome is a spreadsheet name. Setting the mobility options to MDB2_PORTABILITY_FIX_CASE specifies the case-sensitive naming of spreadsheets and boxes.

When the case is flagged uppercase, it capitalizes all spreadsheets and hexadecimal entries as can be seen in Oracle and Firebird/Interbase, while CASE_LOWER capitalizes all spreadsheets and hexadecimal entries; this is the standard configuration.

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