pdo_stmt_t definition

All fields should be treated as read-only unless explicitly stated otherwise.

/* represents a prepared statement */
struct _pdo_stmt_t {
    /* driver specifics */
    struct pdo_stmt_methods *methods;


void *driver_data;


/* if true, we've already successfully executed this statement at least
     * once */
    unsigned executed:1;


/* if true, the statement supports placeholders and can implement
     * bindParam() for its prepared statements, if false, PDO should
     * emulate prepare and bind on its behalf */
    unsigned supports_placeholders:2;


/* the number of columns in the result set; not valid until after
     * the statement has been executed at least once.  In some cases, might
     * not be valid until fetch (at the driver level) has been called at least once.
     * */
    int column_count;


struct pdo_column_data *columns;


/* points at the dbh that this statement was prepared on */
    pdo_dbh_t *dbh;

    /* keep track of bound input parameters.  Some drivers support
     * input/output parameters, but you can't rely on that working */
    HashTable *bound_params;
    /* When rewriting from named to positional, this maps positions to names */
    HashTable *bound_param_map; 
    /* keep track of PHP variables bound to named (or positional) columns
     * in the result set */
    HashTable *bound_columns;

    /* not always meaningful */
    long row_count;

    /* used to hold the statement's current query */
    char *query_string;
    int query_stringlen;

    /* the copy of the query with expanded binds ONLY for emulated-prepare drivers */
    char *active_query_string;
    int active_query_stringlen;

    /* the cursor specific error code. */
    pdo_error_type error_code;

    /* used by the query parser for driver specific
     * parameter naming (see pgsql driver for example) */
    const char *named_rewrite_template;
*The driver must set this during SKEL_handle_preparer.
**This item is for use by the driver; the intended usage is to store a pointer (during SKEL_handle_factory) to whatever instance data is required to maintain a connection to the database.
***This is set by PDO after the statement has been executed for the first time. Your driver can inspect this value to determine if it can skip one-time actions as an optimization.
****Discussed in more detail in SKEL_handle_preparer.
*****Your driver is responsible for setting this field to the number of columns available in a result set. This is usually set during SKEL_stmt_execute but with some database implementations, the column count may not be available until SKEL_stmt_fetch has been called at least once. Drivers that implement SKEL_stmt_next_rowset should update the column count when a new rowset is available.
******PDO will allocate this field based on the value that you set for the column count. You are responsible for populating each column during SKEL_stmt_describe. You must set the precision, maxlen, name, namelen and param_type members for each column. The name is expected to be allocated using emalloc; PDO will call efree at the appropriate time.