string sasql_sqlstate( sasql_conn $conn )
Returns the most recent SQLSTATE string. SQLSTATE indicates whether the most recently executed SQL statement resulted in a success, error, or warning condition. SQLSTATE codes consists of five characters with "00000" representing no error. The values are defined by the ISO/ANSI SQL standard.
$conn The connection resource returned by a connect function.
Returns a string of five characters containing the current SQLSTATE code. Note that "00000" means no error. For a list of SQLSTATE codes, see SQL Anywhere error messages sorted by SQLSTATE.
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