PHP ODBC - Inserting Data into an Existing Table

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PHP ODBC - How To Insert Data into an Existing Table?

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If you want to insert a row of data into an existing table, you can use the INSERT INTO statement as shown in the following sample script:

<?php
  $con = odbc_connect('FYI_SQL_SERVER','sa','FYIcenter');

  $sql = "INSERT INTO fyi_links (id, url) VALUES ("
      . " 101, 'dev.fyicenter.com')";
  $res = odbc_exec($con, $sql);
  if (!$res) {
    print("SQL statement failed with error:\n");
    print(odbc_error($con).": ".odbc_errormsg($con)."\n");
  } else {
    print("One data row inserted.\n");
  }  

  $sql = "INSERT INTO fyi_links (id, url) VALUES ("
      . " 102, 'dba.fyicenter.com')";
  $res = odbc_exec($con, $sql);
  print("One data row inserted.\n");

  odbc_close($con); 
?>

If you run this script, two data rows should be inserted into the table. And you will get:

One data row inserted.
One data row inserted.

 

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