ID: 10901
User Update by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Closed
Bug Type: MSSQL related
Operating system: Win2k Server SP1
PHP Version: 4.0.5
Description: mssql.min_error_severity  or mssql.min_message_severity have no effect

I was checking for errors from the mssql_query() function and not from the 
mssql_get_last_message(). The function call failed even though I set the warning and 
severity levels to 11.

Previous Comments:

[2001-06-30 15:16:18] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Using mssql_get_last_message will allways retune the last server message. Setting 
mssql.min_message_severity and mssql.min_error_severity will only affect the PHP 
Warnings printed in your script.

You should not use mssql_get_last_message to check for errors, but use the return 
value of the function. If a function returns FALSE, you can check 
mssql_get_last_message to get the message.


[2001-05-16 09:27:14] [EMAIL PROTECTED]


in the php.ini file have no effect on messages received from MSSQL. 

I am running MSSQL 7.0 SP2.

I still get 

Changed database context to 'dbname'.

warning on queries even after setting the above values to greater than 10. The above 
warning is a level 10 warning.


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