SQLInfo Context [SQLInfo Params]...[/SQLInfo]
Reports back information about a SQL connection that has already been established via [SQLConnect].

Example (normally you would put the following text into a .tpl file on your server and use a web browser to link to it):


[SQLConnect dbType=MySQL&host=192.168.1.1&database=SMSITest&uid=sa&pwd=pass&conn_var=conn1]
Connected successfully<br>
[/SQLConnect]

SQLInfo reports:<br>
[SQLInfo conn_ref=conn1]
Host: [SQL_HOST]<br> 
Server Version: [SQL_SERVERVER]<br>
Client Version: [SQL_CLIENTVER]<br> 
[/SQLInfo]<br>

Parameter Description
conn_ref (or just 'ref')
The name of a SQLConnect variable created (via the conn_var or var variable) by the successful execution of [SQLConnect].

The following tags are available inside a [SQLInfo] context:
Tag Description
[SQL_HOST]
The IP Address/host name of the database server.
[SQL_SERVERTYPE]
The RDBMS type of the database server; type returned: MYSQL, MSSQL, or ORACLE.
[SQL_SERVERVER]
The version number of the SQL server; e.g. 7.0.
[SQL_CLIENTVER]
The version number of the client being used to connect to the database server.
[SQL_DBNAME]
The name of the database you have connected to, if any.

User Contributed Notes
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