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require_once 'creole/PreparedStatement.php';

/**
 * Interface for callable statements.
 *
 * @author    Hans Lellelid <hide@address.com>
 * @version   $Revision: 1.7 $
 * @package   creole
 */
interface CallableStatement extends PreparedStatement {
                        
    /**
     * Register a parameter as an output param.
     * @param string $paramIndex The stored procedure param name (e.g. @val1).
     * @param int $sqlType The type of the parameter (e.g. Type::BIT)
     * @param int $maxLength The maximum expected length (size) of output parameter.
     */
    public function registerOutParameter($paramIndex, $sqlType, $maxLength = null);
    
    /**
     * 
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Parameter name (e.g. "@var1").
     * @return array
     * @throws SQLException if $paramIndex was not bound as output variable.
     */
    public function getArray($paramIndex);
    
    /**
     * 
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Parameter name (e.g. "@var1").
     * @return boolean
     * @throws SQLException if $paramIndex was not bound as output variable.
     */
    public function getBoolean($paramIndex);    
            
    /**
     * 
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Parameter name (e.g. "@var1").
     * @return Blob blob object
     * @throws SQLException if $paramIndex was not bound as output variable.
     */
    public function getBlob($paramIndex);
        
    /**
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Column name (string) or index (int).
     * @return Clob clob object.
     */
    public function getClob($paramIndex);     
    
    /**
     * Return a formatted date.
     * 
     * The default format for dates returned is preferred (in your locale, as specified using setlocale()) 
     * format w/o time (i.e. strftime("%x", $val)).  Override this by specifying a format second parameter.  You
     * can also specify a date()-style formatter; if you do, make sure there are no "%" symbols in your format string.
     * 
     * @param mixed $column Column name (string) or index (int) starting with 1 (if ResultSet::FETCHMODE_NUM was used).
     * @param string $format Date formatter for use w/ strftime() or date() (it will choose based on examination of format string)
     *                          If format is NULL, then the integer unix timestamp will be returned (no formatting performed).
     * @return mixed  Formatted date, or integer unix timestamp (using 00:00:00 for time) if $format was null. 
     * @throws SQLException - If the column specified is not a valid key in current field array.
     */
    public function getDate($column, $format = '%x');

    /**
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Column name (string) or index (int).
     * @return float
     */
    public function getFloat($paramIndex);    

    /**
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Column name (string) or index (int).
     * @return int
     */
    public function getInt($paramIndex);    

    /**
     * @param mixed $paramIndex Column name (string) or index (int).
     * @return string
     */
    public function getString($paramIndex);        
        
    /**
     * Return a formatted time.
     * 
     * The default format for times returned is preferred (in your locale, as specified using setlocale()) 
     * format w/o date (i.e. strftime("%X", $val)).  Override this by specifying a format second parameter.  You
     * can also specify a date()-style formatter; if you do, make sure there are no "%" symbols in your format string.
     * 
     * @param mixed $column Column name (string) or index (int) starting with 1 (if ResultSet::FETCHMODE_NUM was used).
     * @param string $format Date formatter for use w/ strftime() or date() (it will choose based on examination of format string)
     *                          If format is NULL, then the integer unix timestamp will be returned (no formatting performed).
     * @return mixed  Formatted time, or integer unix timestamp (using today's date) if $format was null. 
     * @throws SQLException - If the column specified is not a valid key in current field array.
     */
    public function getTime($column, $format = '%X');

    /**
     * Return a formatted timestamp.
     * 
     * The default format for timestamp is ISO standard YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS (i.e. date('Y-m-d H:i:s', $val).
     * Override this by specifying a format second parameter.  You can also specify a strftime()-style formatter.
     * 
     * Hint: if you want to get the unix timestamp use the "U" formatter string.
     * 
     * @param mixed $column Column name (string) or index (int) starting with 1 (if ResultSet::FETCHMODE_NUM was used).
     * @param string $format Date formatter for use w/ strftime() or date() (it will choose based on examination of format string)
     *                          If format is NULL, then the integer unix timestamp will be returned (no formatting performed).
     * @return mixed Formatted timestamp, or integer unix timestamp (if $format was null)
     * @throws SQLException - If the column specified is not a valid key in current field array.
     */
    public function getTimestamp($column, $format = 'Y-m-d H:i:s');

}
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