Hane you tried
$result = mssql_query("EXEC getSomeCoolData '061451221', NULL, NULL" );
Also, did you try mssql_init()?
On Wed, 4 Jan 2006, meska wrote:
> I've done it in various ways, still, no luck..
> Lets say i have a stored procedure getSomeCoolData declared as :
> @prodCode char(255),
> @prodName nvarchar(255),
> @prodID int = NULL
> This stored procedure returns products based on parameters i pass. So let's
> say i do like this in Enterprise manager:
> EXEC getSomeCoolData @ prodName = NULL, @prodCode = '061451221'
> And i get one product - good ! (by unique code)
> Now, let's say i'll do the same in php:
> $result = mssql_query("EXEC getSomeCoolData @ prodName = NULL, @prodCode =
> BAM ! I get all the products, as all parameters where supplied as NULL or ''
> ( stored procedure checks for parameters, and if they are '' , it asigns
> Have tried various ways, still the same. Have tried to use
> http://www.sitepoint.com/article/php-microsoft-sql-server/2 - the same
> Any ideas?
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