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I insert data into database table using query builder:

$command = Craft::$app->db->createCommand()->insert('test2', array());
$command->execute();

How can i retrieve id of newly inserted db row?

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I believe you can use getLastInsertID to fetch the ID:

Craft::$app->db->getLastInsertID();
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  • This causes Calling unknown method: craft\db\Command::getLastInsertID() error. I searched craft docs for this function and it is in craft\db\pgsql - i use mysql. – piotrpog May 12 at 11:15
  • Ah, I meant to write Craft::$app->db->getLastInsertID();. That'll teach me to cut and paste quickly, my apologies. Give that a try. – Martin Spain May 12 at 12:01
  • Unfortunately i still get Calling unknown method: craft\db\Command::getLastInsertID() error. – piotrpog May 12 at 12:12
  • Actually, it worked! But is it possible that it returns wrong value? For example if two db inserts are performed in nearly same time. – piotrpog May 12 at 12:19
  • I've wondered about that too. Honestly, I don't know, but I think that PHP's single-threaded nature would mean it's very unlikely (if not impossible) that another insert could happen between the two lines of your code. – Martin Spain May 12 at 12:21

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