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TokyoTyrantQuery::search

(PECL tokyo_tyrant >= 0.1.0)

TokyoTyrantQuery::searchSearches records

Beschreibung

public array TokyoTyrantQuery::search ( void )

Executes a search on the table database. Returns an array of arrays containing the matching records. In the returned array the first level is the primary key of the data and the second level is the row data.

Parameter-Liste

Diese Funktion hat keine Parameter.

R├╝ckgabewerte

Returns the matching rows and throws TokyoTyrantException on error

Beispiele

Beispiel #1 TokyoTyrantQuery::search() example

<?php
/* Connect to a table database */
$tt = new TokyoTyrantTable("localhost"1979);

/* Add rows */
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "some data""column2" => "something here"));
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "more data""column2" => "best data this far"));
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "again data""column3" => "not here"));
$tt->put(null, array("column45" => "random data""column2" => "something along the lines"));
$tt->put(null, array("column21" => "test data""column2" => "generating.."));
$tt->put(null, array("column1" => "foobar data""column2" => "value here"));

/* Get a new query object */
$query $tt->getQuery();

/* Add a search condition */
$query->addCond("column2"TokyoTyrant::RDBQC_STROR"something");

/* Dump the search results */
var_dump($query->search());
?>

Das oben gezeigte Beispiel erzeugt folgende Ausgabe:

array(2) {
  [1]=>
  array(2) {
    ["column1"]=>
    string(9) "some data"
    ["column2"]=>
    string(14) "something here"
  }
  [4]=>
  array(2) {
    ["column45"]=>
    string(11) "random data"
    ["column2"]=>
    string(25) "something along the lines"
  }
}

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