I have a function in php that does retrieval and display work from a MySql database.
It's like this:
$conn = connect();
$stmt = $conn->prepare("select * from table where id = :id and countryCode = :country and YEAR(addedDate) = :year and status = 0");
':id' => $id,
':country' => $location,
':year' => $year
The problem is, sometimes
has a value, sometimes it doesn't. When it does have a value, I'd like to select records with that value, when it doesn't I'd like to select all.
How do I write the sql in there, or do this thing, so that when there is a value it'll select only records with that value, and when there isn't a value, it'll select all. It's the part where when no value is selected - then select all where I'm stuck.
I call the function like anyone would. Nothing unique there.
select * from table where id = 9 -- works fine - displays all records where id = 9
select * from table where id = no value supplies - should display all value. How do I do this?
Can you please help?
select * from table where id = * //Does not work
There's nothing in MySql like id = * or id = NULL. Something like that that'll get all values when no figure is supplied