I'm calling a MySQL Stored Procedure via PDO (PHP 5.2.3)

$stmt = $dbh->prepare('CALL forum_post(?, ?, ?, ?, ?, @status, @thread_id, 

At the moment in order to get the values of status, thread_id and
message_id I need to issue a second query:

$sql = "SELECT @status AS status, @thread_id AS thread_id, @message_id AS 

and then foreach my way through it:

foreach ($dbh->query($sql) as $row)
        $status = $row['status'];
        $thread_id = $row['thread_id'];
        $message_id = $row['message_id'];

Which seems a bit insane.. is there no way to do a bindValue at the
same time as I do my bindParams?

Now I write this I really can't remember why I am even putting that
second query into a foreach loop, even so it's still a step I'd like
to remove entirely if possible?


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