The AsyncMysqlQueryResult class

This page is a quick reference for people already familiar with the class. If this is new to you, we strongly recommend reading the introductory guides first:

The result of a successfully executed MySQL query.

Not only does this class provide timing information about retrieving the successful result, it provides the actual result information (e.g., result rows).

You get an AsyncMysqlQueryResult through calls to AsyncMysqlConnection::query(), AsyncMysqlConection::queryf() and AsyncMysqlConnection::multiQuery()

Interface synopsis

class AsyncMysqlQueryResult extends AsyncMysqlResult {...}