John Hoffman John Hoffman - 1 year ago 76
MySQL Question

How do I test if my MySQL update query was successful in Code Igniter?

I have a model function that updates a user in my Code Igniter application:

// updates first of a user, return true if successful, false if not.
public function updateFirstName($userId, $newFirstName) {
$this->db->query("UPDATE users SET firstName='$newFirstName' WHERE id=$userId");
return // whether request was successful?

How do I return a boolean value that ensures the user of ID
has been updated? For instance, it should return false if no user was found with ID

Answer Source

As commented, have you tried $this->db->affected_rows()?

That will tell you how many rows were updated.

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