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mysqli::rpl_query_type

mysqli_rpl_query_type

(PHP 5)

mysqli::rpl_query_type -- mysqli_rpl_query_typeReturns RPL query type

Description

Object oriented style

int mysqli::rpl_query_type ( string $query )

Procedural style

int mysqli_rpl_query_type ( mysqli $link , string $query )

Returns MYSQLI_RPL_MASTER, MYSQLI_RPL_SLAVE or MYSQLI_RPL_ADMIN depending on a query type. INSERT, UPDATE and similar are master queries, SELECT is slave, and FLUSH, REPAIR and similar are admin.

Warning

This function is currently not documented; only its argument list is available.

Warning

This function has been DEPRECATED and REMOVED as of PHP 5.3.0.

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steohan at gobro dot de
3 years ago
Because the sql types could be combined it would be better to use a function like this:

function getMySQLType($str){
      $str=trim($str);
      return strtoupper(substr($str,0,strpos($str,' ')));     
}

$sql="select * from user;";
if (getMySQLType($sql) == 'SELECT'){
//true
}
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technique-glamour at condenast dot fr
7 years ago
WARNING : this function (or maybe the "enable_rpl_parse" function) randomly causes a segfault into PHP.
We don't use this function anymore. Instead we check if the query contains the word 'SELECT' :

function query_type($query)
{
    if ( stripos($query,'SELECT'))   
        return true;
    return false;
}
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