db_open

Tags: sqlite

Description

This function is used to open a connection to a SQLite database, which is inside the "/scriptfiles" folder

Name Description
name[] File name of the database

Returns

Returns index (starting at 1) of the database connection .

Examples

new DB:db_handle;
// ...
public OnGameModeInit()
{
	// Create a connection to the database
	if((db_handle = db_open("example.db")) == DB:0)
	{
		// Error
		print("Failed to open a connection to \"example.db\".");
		SendRconCommand("exit");
	}
	else
	{
		// Success
		print("Successfully created a connection to \"example.db\".");
	}
	// ...
	return 1;
}

public OnGameModeExit()
{
	// Close the connection to the database
	db_close(db_handle);
	// ...
	return 1;
}

Notes

WARNING

It will create a new SQLite database, if there is no SQLite database with the same file name available. Close your database connection with db_close!

  • db_open: Open a connection to an SQLite database
  • db_close: Close the connection to an SQLite database
  • db_query: Query an SQLite database
  • db_free_result: Free result memory from a db_query
  • db_num_rows: Get the number of rows in a result
  • db_next_row: Move to the next row
  • db_num_fields: Get the number of fields in a result
  • db_field_name: Returns the name of a field at a particular index
  • db_get_field: Get content of field with specified ID from current result row
  • db_get_field_assoc: Get content of field with specified name from current result row
  • db_get_field_int: Get content of field as an integer with specified ID from current result row
  • db_get_field_assoc_int: Get content of field as an integer with specified name from current result row
  • db_get_field_float: Get content of field as a float with specified ID from current result row
  • db_get_field_assoc_float: Get content of field as a float with specified name from current result row
  • db_get_mem_handle: Get memory handle for an SQLite database that was opened with db_open.
  • db_get_result_mem_handle: Get memory handle for an SQLite query that was executed with db_query.
  • db_debug_openfiles
  • db_debug_openresults