The behaviour of these functions is affected by
settings in php.ini.
|sqlite.assoc_case||“0”||PHP_INI_ALL||Available since PHP 5.0.0.|
For further details and definitions of the PHP_INI_* modes, see the
configuration setting may be set.
Here’s a short explanation of the configuration
Whether to use mixed case (0), upper case
(1) or lower case (2) hash indexes.
This option is primarily useful when you need
compatibility with other database systems, where the names of the
columns are always returned as uppercase or lowercase, regardless
of the case of the actual field names in the database schema.
The SQLite library
returns the column names in their natural case (that matches the
case you used in your schema). When
sqlite.assoc_caseis set to 0 the
natural case will be preserved. When it is set to 1 or
2, PHP will apply case folding on the hash keys to upper-
or lower-case the keys, respectively.
Use of this option incurs a slight performance
penalty, but is MUCH faster than performing the case folding
yourself using PHP script.