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php_sqlite3 library routine called out of sequence

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I am running CentOS 5.2, with all current updates

PHP 5.1.6 -
PHP 5.1.6 (cli) (built: Jul 16 2008 19:53:00)
Copyright (c) 1997-2006 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.1.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2006 Zend Technologies

And I downloaded and installed with no issue php-sqlite3-0.5

I have a sqlite3 DB that I am trying to populate with data from a
CSV. Because of data manipulation and the fact that the data from the
CSV does not go into the same database, I am using PHP to do this. My
code runs for exactly 2 queries, INSERTs the data properly and then
exits with this error:

library routine called out of sequence

Basically I read each line of CSV, determine which DB to open, open
it, form an INSERT query, run the query, close the DB.

This is run off the command line.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

-peter

Here's the code:
#!/usr/bin/php

<?php
ini_set('memory_limit', '512M');
dl('sqlite3.so');
error_reporting(6143);

function GetDBFile($project) {
switch($project) {
case "projectA":
return "/usr/local/db/cvstrac/projectA.db";
break;
case "projectB":
return "/usr/local/db/cvstrac/projectB.db";
break;
case "projectC":
return "/usr/local/db/cvstrac/projectC.db";
break;
}
}

function ParseDDTSDate($DDTSDate) {
// convert mm/dd/yy to unixtimestamp
$arr_date = explode("/", $DDTSDate);
$CVSTracDate = mktime(0,0,0,$arr_date[0],$arr_date[1],$arr_date[2]);

return $CVSTracDate;
}

$ddts_bugs_file = "/root/DDTS_export/defects.csv";
$ddts_handle = fopen($ddts_bugs_file, "r");

$headers_bool = FALSE;
while($data = fgetcsv($ddts_handle, 0, ",")) {
if ( !$headers_bool ) {
$headers = $data;
$headers_bool = TRUE;
}
else {
$tn = str_replace("ABCqa0", "", $data[0]);
foreach ( $data as $key=>$val ) {
$ddts_bug[$tn][$headers[$key]] = $val;
}
}
}
// for each bug, look and see what DB it belongs in, form the query,
run the query.
$x=0;
foreach ( $ddts_bug as $tn=>$bug ) {
$project = preg_split("/-/", $bug["Project"]);
$db_file = GetDBFile($project[0]);
if ( !$db = sqlite3_open($db_file)) die("cannot open file");

@$subsystem = $project[1].$project[2];
@$Contact = ($bug["Notify_submitter"]=="Y") ?
$bug["Submitter_mail"] : NULL;

$sql_ticket = "INSERT INTO ticket (tn, type, status, origtime,
changetime, derivedfrom, version, assignedto, severity, priority,
subsystem, owner, title, contact, extra1, extra2, extra3, extra4,
extra5, description, remarks)
VALUES ( {$tn},
'{$bug["Problem"]}',
'{$bug["Status"]}',
'".ParseDDTSDate($bug["Submitted_on"])."',
'".ParseDDTSDate($bug["new_on"])."',
NULL,
NULL,
'{$bug["Engineer"]}',
'{$bug["Severity"]}',
3,
'{$subsystem}',
'{$bug["Submitter_id"]}',
'{$bug["Headline"]}',
'{$Contact}',
NULL,
NULL,
NULL,
NULL,
NULL,
NULL,
NULL);";
echo $sql_ticket."\n";

$query = sqlite3_query($db, $sql_ticket);
if ( !$query ) die(sqlite3_error($db));

sqlite3_query_close($query);
sqlite3_close($db);
$ticket_project[$tn]["Project"] = $project[0];
}
?>
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On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 15:40:39 +0100, peter stickney
<pe***@peterstickney.comwrote:
I am running CentOS 5.2, with all current updates

PHP 5.1.6 -
PHP 5.1.6 (cli) (built: Jul 16 2008 19:53:00)
Copyright (c) 1997-2006 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.1.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2006 Zend Technologies

And I downloaded and installed with no issue php-sqlite3-0.5

I have a sqlite3 DB that I am trying to populate with data from a
CSV. Because of data manipulation and the fact that the data from the
CSV does not go into the same database, I am using PHP to do this. My
code runs for exactly 2 queries, INSERTs the data properly and then
exits with this error:

library routine called out of sequence

Basically I read each line of CSV, determine which DB to open, open
it, form an INSERT query, run the query, close the DB.

This is run off the command line.
Here's the code:
#!/usr/bin/php
<?php
dl('sqlite3.so');
error_reporting(6143);
Please, use the constants as indicated by the manual: even it they change
(not htat they should, but just in case), your code will mean the same....
if ( !$db = sqlite3_open($db_file)) die("cannot open file");
Hmmmm, i'd use a "if(!($db = sqlite3_open($db_file)))", I'm not really
sure about the precedence, and if I'm not sure, I'd really like to
indicate it to possible other/future coders.
@$subsystem = $project[1].$project[2];
@$Contact = ($bug["Notify_submitter"]=="Y") ?
@'s are a big nono when developing and encountering a major problem.
Allthough they are before the wrong portion of the statement, you did
remove them I assume?
$sql_ticket = "some query"
echo $sql_ticket."\n";

$query = sqlite3_query($db, $sql_ticket);
As SQLite 3 (http://pecl.php.net/package/sqlite3) is a PECL extention,
might I ask why do you need this extnetion instead of the built in sqlite
support?
if ( !$query ) die(sqlite3_error($db));
sqlite3_query_close($query);
sqlite3_close($db);
$ticket_project[$tn]["Project"] = $project[0];
OK, I seldomly use SQLite (alllthough I'd recommend it for more portable
projects), which statement _exactly_ gave you your "library routine called
out of sequence"?

Personally, unless you've got a very good reason, I'd switch to PDO (with
SQLite), and be done with it...

On a side note, what is your PHP & SQLite version?
--
Rik
Nov 1 '08 #2

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On Oct 31, 9:55*pm, "Rik Wasmus" <luiheidsgoe...@hotmail.comwrote:
On Fri, 31 Oct 2008 15:40:39 +0100, peter stickney *

<pe...@peterstickney.comwrote:
I am running CentOS 5.2, with all current updates
PHP 5.1.6 -
PHP 5.1.6 (cli) (built: Jul 16 2008 19:53:00)
Copyright (c) 1997-2006 The PHP Group
Zend Engine v2.1.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2006 Zend Technologies
And I downloaded and installed with no issue php-sqlite3-0.5
I have a sqlite3 DB that I am trying to populate with data from a
CSV. *Because of data manipulation and the fact that the data from the
CSV does not go into the same database, I am using PHP to do this. *My
code runs for exactly 2 queries, INSERTs the data properly and then
exits with this error:
library routine called out of sequence
Basically I read each line of CSV, determine which DB to open, open
it, form an INSERT query, run the query, close the DB.
This is run off the command line.
Here's the code:
#!/usr/bin/php
<?php
dl('sqlite3.so');
error_reporting(6143);

Please, use the constants as indicated by the manual: even it they change*
(not htat they should, but just in case), your code will mean the same.....
* * * * * *if ( !$db = sqlite3_open($db_file)) die("cannot open file");

Hmmmm, i'd use a "if(!($db = sqlite3_open($db_file)))", I'm not really *
sure about the precedence, and if I'm not sure, I'd really like to *
indicate it to possible other/future coders.
* * * * * *@$subsystem = $project[1].$project[2];
* * * * * *@$Contact = ($bug["Notify_submitter"]=="Y") ?

@'s are a big nono when developing and encountering a major problem. *
Allthough they are before the wrong portion of the statement, you did *
remove them I assume?
* * * * * *$sql_ticket = "some query"
* * * * * *echo $sql_ticket."\n";
* * * * * *$query = sqlite3_query($db, $sql_ticket);

As SQLite 3 (http://pecl.php.net/package/sqlite3) is a PECL extention, *
might I ask why do you need this extnetion instead of the built in sqlite*
support?
* * * * * *if ( !$query ) die(sqlite3_error($db));
* * * * * *sqlite3_query_close($query);
* * * * * *sqlite3_close($db);
* * * * * *$ticket_project[$tn]["Project"] = $project[0];

OK, I seldomly use SQLite (alllthough I'd recommend it for more portable *
projects), which statement _exactly_ gave you your "library routine called *
out of sequence"?

Personally, unless you've got a very good reason, I'd switch to PDO (with*
SQLite), and be done with it...

On a side note, what is your PHP & SQLite version?
--
Rik
I am using
php-5.1.6-20
sqlite-3.3.6-2

both from the standard CentOS 5.2 repos.

For some reason, I had it stuck in my head that PDO did not work with
sqlite3. Maybe it was just the sqlite_()s.

I ended up switching to PDO and everything worked just fine. Used
prepared queries for the INSERTs. Worked out well with some escape
character issues and quoting. Some of the text I was INSERTing had ^s
and []s. The proved troublesome using the sqlite3.so lib.

I often use the die() in concert with fopen and other operations I
would like to know about if they dont work. Never had an issue.

The @s are indeed suppressing warnings I was expecting.

I dont usually use sqlite either, but in this case it was a matter of
necessity. The application I am using relies on that as its DB
backend and I had to import some data from an old program.

Thanks for your tip about the PDO.

-peter
Nov 3 '08 #3

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