When you open a database on the client interface, the return value is cluster map. This PHP class provides you with an interface and a series of methods for manipulating clusters on the database.
In order to retrieve the cluster map for a database, you need to open the database and set the return value on a variable. For instance,
$clusterMap = $client->dbOpen("GratefulDeadConcerts", "admin", "admin);
You can then use the
$clusterMap object in calling additional methods.
||Returns a count of records in the cluster.|
||Removes a cluster from the database.|
||Retrieves a list of Cluster ID's.|
In cases where you want to know how many records the Cluster Map contains, you can obtains this using the
count() method. For instance, you might want to test that a database contains records after opening it:
// Open Database $clusterMap = $client->dbOpen("GratefulDeadConcerts", "admin", "admin); // Report Count $entityCount = $clusterMap->count(); echo "Database Contains: $entityCount records";