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Returns the cursor type used by a statement resource


db2_cursor_type

(PECL ibm_db2 >= 1.0.0)

db2_cursor_type Returns the cursor type used by a statement resource

Description

int db2_cursor_type ( resource $stmt )

Returns the cursor type used by a statement resource. Use this to determine if you are working with a forward-only cursor or scrollable cursor.

Parameters

stmt

A valid statement resource.

Return Values

Returns either DB2_FORWARD_ONLY if the statement resource uses a forward-only cursor or DB2_SCROLLABLE if the statement resource uses a scrollable cursor.

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