db_query() and db_select() don’t return any value

I’m trying to run the following query.

SELECT floormap_counter_expected.counter_name, tls_connect_agent_counters.counter_stage,tls_connect_agent_counters.applicant_gwf, tls_connect_agent_counters.counter_ip, floormap_counter_expected.expected FROM tls_connect_agent_counters INNER JOIN floormap_counter_expected ON floormap_counter_expected.counter_name = tls_connect_agent_counters.counter_name; 

When executed via the command line, MYSQL returns the information I need.

When I try the following code, I get an error saying that $center_counters is not set.

$get_counter_info = db_select('tls_connect_agent_counters', 't'); $get_counter_info->fields('t', array('counter_stage', 'applicant_gwf', 'counter_ip')); $get_counter_info->fields('n', array('expected')); $get_counter_info->join('floormap_counter_expected', 'n', 't.counter_name = n.counter_name'); $get_counter_info->execute()->fetchAll(); if (isset($get_counter_info)) {   foreach ($get_counter_info as $results) {     echo "Rest";     $center_counters[$results->counter_name]['stage'] = $results->counter_stage;     $center_counters[$results->counter_name]['counter_ip'] = $results->counter_ip;     $i++;   } } return $center_counters; 

The same happens with the following code.

$counters_query = "SELECT floormap_counter_expected.counter_name, tls_connect_agent_counters.counter_stage,"; $counters_query .= "tls_connect_agent_counters.applicant_gwf, tls_connect_agent_counters.counter_ip, "; $counters_query .= "floormap_counter_expected.expected FROM tls_connect_agent_counters INNER JOIN "; $counters_query .= "floormap_counter_expected ON floormap_counter_expected.counter_name = tls_connect_agent_counters.counter_name"; $get_counter_info = db_query($counters_query); $get_counter_info->fetchAll(); if (isset($get_counter_info)) {   foreach ($get_counter_info as $results) {     echo "Rest";     $center_counters[$results->counter_name]['stage'] = $results->counter_stage;     $center_counters[$results->counter_name]['counter_ip'] = $results->counter_ip;     $i++;   } } return $center_counters; 

I tried wrapping the code with try{} catch(Exception $e) {echo $e-getMessage()}, but nothing is printed.

I assume the query is running without error because nothing is "caught".

I was thinking that maybe I’m just calling the information wrong in my foreach loop. Maybe I should identify the table name as well when I call the field name. I don’t think that is the case as nothing is printed when I try to echo strings out of foreach.

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