I am currently running into a issue that I have not seen before and its only happening on certain stored procedure calls.

This is the output from a var_dump:
[PHP]array(1) {
[0]=>
array(13) {
["XXX"]=>
int(1750273586)
["XXX"]=>
string(105) "pping Terms shippingtermselect000���global_shipping_terms -1N1:::Actual Shipping
Cost;;;2:::Fixed Co"
["XXX"]=>
NULL
["XXX"]=>
NULL
["XXX"]=>
int(993752179)
["XXX"]=>
int(976892731)
["XXX"]=>
int(1734692410)
["XXX"]=>
string(111) "tiable;;;4:::Free Shippingt2���2���������� global_title1100����0�������’����
˜‘����h���������`������"
["XXX"]=>
string(79) "nline Ad Textlongtext onlineadtexwysiwyg����X������� global_description1"
["XXX"]=>
NULL
["XXX"]=>
NULL
["XXX"]=>
NULL
["values"]=>
string(49) "00����0� ’����’����…���������`���ƒ��Ad"
}
}
[/PHP]

I changed the columns names so they are hidden, but all this data is very simple. One or two letter english words. And this result: 993752179 should have just been 0. I have other procedures returning the right data. I am not sure what is happening. I am currently using the mysqli adapter.

Any help tracking this down, would be very grateful. Thanks.