5.1. mroonga_command()

New in version 3.02.

5.1.1. Summary

mroonga_command() UDF executes the given string as a Groonga command and returns result of the Groonga command. Groonga command will be faster than MySQL query.

mroonga_command() is an UDF for advanced users. Normally, you don’t need to use this UDF.

5.1.2. Syntax

mroonga_command() has only one required parameter:


command is a string value. It’s a Groonga command to be executed.

5.1.3. Usage


5.1.4. Parameters Required parameters

There is one required parameter, command. command

It specifies a Groonga command to be executed.

5.1.5. Return value

It returns an evaluated result of the given Groonga command as a string.

5.1.6. See also