How can I get this query to talk to me?

Here's my code:

date_default_timezone_set('America/Chicago');

include('mssql_db_cred.php');
$mssql_pdo = new PDO("dblib:host=".$mssql_cred_data['server'].";dbname=".$mssql_cred_data['dbname'],$mssql_cred_data['user'],$mssql_cred_data['pw']); 
$mssql_pdo->setAttribute(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE,PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION);

if(!$mssql_pdo)
{
	echo "no connection";
}
else
{
	echo "you have a connection<br><hr><br>";

}

$series="hello";
$stat="testing";
$int_value=9;
$int_state=2;
$project_name="magnum opus";

$statement=$mssql_pdo->prepare("insert into net_BudgetTools..tmp_Results_1 
(str_Series, strStatType, int_Value, int_StatType, str_ProjectName) 
VALUES (?,?,?,?,?"));
$statement->execute(array($series, $stat, $int_value, $int_state, $project_name));

$statement->debugDumpParams();

/*insert into net_BudgetTools..tmp_Results_1 (str_Series, str_StatType, int_Value, int_StatType, str_ProjectName)
VALUES ('hello','testing', 9,2,'magnum opus')*/

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Other than "you have a connection," I get a blank screen. The insert statement you see commented out is one that I ran on the SQL Server studio, so I can account for accurate column headings etc.

What I want to do is figure out how to "see" what is being looked at by the system. Something like "$mysqli->errno.': '.$mysqli->error" that provides specific information as to what the problem is.

I'm interacting with MSSQL, so I don't know if there's a lack of information by default. A lot of times, even when I do see an error, it's a "fatal exception" with an admonishment to check with my SQL database.

I want to be able to see the insert statement that is being viewed by the system so I can better debug it.

How?
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