Check your Interbase documentation. Normally you create your view as part 
of the database  and then use it like a table, most database's allow 
parameterized views, where, at run time you supply the needed variable.

I'd also think that as both results are passed back to $sth, the execution 
of $stmt2 will clobber the handle to the results obtained in $stmt1.


At 02:37 AM 3/2/01 +1100, job sm wrote:
>To all good people,
>I've got troubles with the following code:
>$dbh = DbGet(); /*fce na ibase_connect*/
>$stmt1="create view vserv0 as select distinct
>product_id from product where podminka;";
>$sth = ibase_query ($dbh, $stmt1);
>$stmt2="select * from vserv0;";
>$sth = ibase_query ($dbh, $stmt2);
>It should create a view vserv0 and make a selection
>(select * from ...}. For some reason it process always
>just the first query (create). The second one gives me
>a message "table vserv0 doesn't exist". When I create
>view vserv0 manualy (IB console) it works without any
>please help.
>Thanks Stephano
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