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Open a connection to a CUBRID Server


cubrid_connect

(PECL CUBRID >= 8.3.1)

cubrid_connectOpen a connection to a CUBRID Server

Description

resource cubrid_connect ( string $host , int $port , string $dbname [, string $userid [, string $passwd [, bool $new_link = false ]]] )

The cubrid_connect() function is used to establish the environment for connecting to your server by using your server address, port number, database name, user name, and password. If the user name and password is not given, then the "PUBLIC" connection will be made by default.

Parameters

host

Host name or IP address of CUBRID CAS server.

port

Port number of CUBRID CAS server (BROKER_PORT configured in $CUBRID/conf/cubrid_broker.conf).

dbname

Name of database.

userid

User name for the database. If not given, the default value is "public".

passwd

User password. If not given, the default value is "".

new_link

If a second call is made to cubrid_connect() with the same arguments, no new connection will be established, but instead, the connection identifier of the already opened connection will be returned. The new_link parameter modifies this behavior and makes cubrid_connect() always open a new connection, even if cubrid_connect() was called before with the same parameters.

Return Values

Connection identifier, when process is successful.

FALSE, when process is unsuccessful.

Examples

Example #1 cubrid_connect() example

<?php
printf
("%-30s %s\n""CUBRID PHP Version:"cubrid_version());

printf("\n");

$conn cubrid_connect("localhost"33000"demodb");

if (!
$conn) {
    die(
'Connect Error ('cubrid_error_code() .')' cubrid_error_msg());
}

$db_params cubrid_get_db_parameter($conn);

while (list(
$param_name$param_value) = each($db_params)) {
    
printf("%-30s %s\n"$param_name$param_value);
}

printf("\n");

$server_info cubrid_get_server_info($conn);
$client_info cubrid_get_client_info();

printf("%-30s %s\n""Server Info:"$server_info);
printf("%-30s %s\n""Client Info:"$client_info);

printf("\n");

$charset cubrid_get_charset($conn);

printf("%-30s %s\n""CUBRID Charset:"$charset);

cubrid_disconnect($conn);
?>

The above example will output:

 CUBRID PHP Version:   8.3.1.0005 PARAM_ISOLATION_LEVEL   3 LOCK_TIMEOUT     -1 MAX_STRING_LENGTH    1073741823 PARAM_AUTO_COMMIT    0 Server Info:     8.3.1.0173 Client Info:     8.3.1 CUBRID Charset:    iso8859-1 

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