How To Process Multiple SQL Statements


How To Process Multiple SQL Statements

Sometimes you’ll find yourself needing to execute multiple statements at once. The normal mysql() class only allows for single statements, but the recent mysqli() offers this functionality.

To use it, follow this code example:

connect_error) {
echo “Error: Cannot connect to database”;

$sqlStatements =
“INSERT INTO tablename (name) values(‘John’);
INSERT INTO tablename (name) values(‘Sam’);”;

$batchSQLResult = $batchMysqli->multi_query($sqlStatements);

if($batchSQLResult == true) {
echo “Records inserted successfully”;
} else {
echo $batchMysqli->error;

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