PECL CUBRID >= 8.3.0
cubrid_insert_id - Return the ID generated for the last updated AUTO_INCREMENT column
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cubrid_insert_id( [resource$conn_identifier] ): string

The cubrid_insert_id function retrieves the ID generated for the AUTO_INCREMENT column which is updated by the previous INSERT query. It returns 0 if the previous query does not generate new rows, or FALSE on failure.


CUBRID supports AUTO_INCREMENT for more than one columns in a table. In most cases, there will be a single AUTO_INCREMENT column in a table. If there are multiple AUTO_INCREMENT columns, this function should not be used even if it will return a value.



The connection identifier previously obtained by a call to cubrid_connect.

Return Values

A string representing the ID generated for an AUTO_INCREMENT column by the previous query, on success.

0, if the previous query does not generate new rows.

false on failure.


Version Description
8.4.0 Change the return value from an array to string; Remove the first parameter class_name.

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