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odbx_row_fetch - Retrieve rows from the result set
#include <opendbx/api.h> int odbx_row_fetch (odbx_result_t* result);
Retrieves the values of a row from the current result set returned by odbx_result(). Until this function is invoked, no row and field data is available via odbx_field_length() or odbx_field_value() and these functions will return zero respectively NULL. Moreover, it is necessary to fetch all rows from a result set until zero is returned indicating that no more rows are available. Otherwise - depending on the backend - an error may occur after calling odbx_result() the next time or the outstanding rows will be returned within the next result. odbx_row_fetch() requires a valid result object which was created by odbx_result(). It must not have been feed to odbx_result_finish() before.
odbx_row_fetch() will return ODBX_ROW_NEXT ("1") as long as rows are available from the result set. After the last row has been made available, further calls to this function will return ODBX_ROW_DONE ("0") indicating that the result set doesn't contain more rows. The named constants are available since OpenDBX 1.3.2 and the numbers in brackets have to be used instead if a previous release is is the basis for the application development. In case of an error, values less than zero are returned encodeing the reason why the error occurred.
-ODBX_ERR_PARAM The result parameter is either NULL or the object is invalid. This is usually the case if result has been already feed to odbx_result_finish().
odbx_column_count(), odbx_column_name(), odbx_column_type(), odbx_error(), odbx_error_type(), odbx_field_length(), odbx_field_value(), odbx_result() 12 August 2019 odbx_row_fetch(3)