We’re using Doctrine, a PHP ORM. I am creating a query like this:
$q = Doctrine_Query::create()->select('id')->from('MyTable');
and then in the function I’m adding in various where clauses and things as appropriate, like this
$q->where('normalisedname = ? OR name = ?', array($string, $originalString));
Later on, before
execute()-ing that query object, I want to print out the raw SQL in order to examine it, and do this:
However that only prints out the prepared statement, not the full query. I want to see what it is sending to the MySQL, but instead it is printing out a prepared statement, including
?‘s. Is there some way to see the ‘full’ query?
Doctrine is not sending a “real SQL query” to the database server : it is actually using prepared statements, which means :
- Sending the statement, for it to be prepared (this is what is returned by
- And, then, sending the parameters (returned by
- and executing the prepared statements
This means there is never a “real” SQL query on the PHP side — so, Doctrine cannot display it.