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mysql_stmt_sqlstate - Returns SQLSTATE error from previous statement operation.


#include <mysql.h>

const char * mysql_stmt_sqlstate(MYSQL_STMT * stmt);


Returns a string containing the SQLSTATE error code for the most recently invoked prepared statement function that can succeed or fail. ## Parameter * stmt - a statement handle, which was previously allocated by mysql_stmt_init(3). ## Return value Returns a 5 digit error code. `00000' means no error. The values are specified by ANSI SQL and ODBC.


Please note that not all client library error codes are mapped to SQLSTATE errors. Errors which can’t be mapped will returned as value HY000.

See Also

Referenced By

mysql_stmt_errno(3), mysql_stmt_error(3).

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