dbExecute() always returns a
that specifies the number of rows affected
by the statement.
An error is raised when issuing a statement over a closed
or invalid connection,
if the syntax of the statement is invalid,
or if the statement is not a non-
The following argument is not part of the
(to improve compatibility across backends)
but is part of the DBI specification:
It must be provided as named arguments. See the "Specification" sections for details on its usage.
param argument allows passing query parameters, see
dbBind() for details.