From: Michael Ryan

Seems simple...I want a count of the number of rows in a table, put that count into a variable, and then display that variable. Anyone have a snippet? Thanks...


I saw a suggestion of SQL select count(*) from file; as one option for you.

If you're looking for the count of all records, no restrictions, you can probably also use RTVMBRD with NBRCURRCD
http://files.zend.com/help/Zend-Core-i5/i5_php_connector_api.htm#CL_Calls

Or possibly i5_info
http://www.easycom-aura.com/Data/WebHelp/PHP/api_functions/columns___parameters_information/i5_info.htm

I don't think I've specifically tested either one, since any count I wanted was based on a WHERE clause in a query rather than the complete file.

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