fetchRow() method to retrieve a single Row. It can be called
either by primary key, or with a
// fetch by primary key thread_id = 1 $threadRow = $threadTable->fetchRow('1'); $threadRow = $threadTable ->select() ->where('thread_id = ', '1') ->fetchRow();
fetchRow()does not find a match, it will return
fetchRows() method works the same as
fetchRow(), but returns an
array of Rows. It can be called either with primary keys, or with a
// fetch thread_id 1, 2, and 3 $threadRows = $threadTable->fetchRows([1, 2, 3]); // This is identical to the example above, but uses the `select()` variation. $threadRows = $threadTable ->select() ->where('thread_id IN ', [1, 2, 3]) ->fetchRows();
fetchRows()does not find a match, it will return an empty array.
Table::select() method returns a query object that you access to all the
underlying SQL query methods. See the query system
documentation for more information.