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v5:activerecord:getactiverecordsclass [2016/01/13 02:31]
mnewnham ↷ Links adapted because of a move operation
v5:activerecord:getactiverecordsclass [2018/07/02 14:17] (current)
peterdd prefer functions start lowercase (#430)
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  ​Where,​ order, by clause  ​Where,​ order, by clause
 ==== $bindarr ==== ==== $bindarr ====
-For more information on the use of ''​Bind''​ variables, see [[v5:​reference:​execute]]+For more information on the use of ''​Bind''​ variables, see [[v5:​reference:connection:execute]]
 ==== $primaryKeyArray ==== ==== $primaryKeyArray ====
    
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 $table = '​products';​ $table = '​products';​
 $whereOrderBy = "name LIKE '​A%'​ ORDER BY Name"; $whereOrderBy = "name LIKE '​A%'​ ORDER BY Name";
-$activeRecArr = $db->GetActiveRecordsClass('​Product',​+$activeRecArr = $db->getActiveRecordsClass('​Product',​
                                             $table,                                             $table,
                                             $whereOrderBy);​                                             $whereOrderBy);​
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 <code php> <code php>
  
-$activeRecArr = $db->GetActiveRecordsClass($className,​$tableName,​ 'name LIKE ?',+$activeRecArr = $db->getActiveRecordsClass($className,​$tableName,​ 'name LIKE ?',
  array('​A%'​));​  array('​A%'​));​
 /* /*
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 */ */
  
-$activeRecArr = $db->GetActiveRecordsClass($className,​$tableName,​ 'name LIKE ?',+$activeRecArr = $db->getActiveRecordsClass($className,​$tableName,​ 'name LIKE ?',
  array('​A%'​),​ array('​id'​));​  array('​A%'​),​ array('​id'​));​
  
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