PHP 5 and coding for a stored procedure

Hello folks,

   I have a MS Sql stored procedure that inserts a record into a table and returns the Primary Key (as  scope-identity) as output.
It works very well using classic asp but I need to convert it PHP 5 coding.
  The examples I find use mssql_bind and so forth.
I need a good, understandable example that use sqlsrv_ commands. I understand about parameters etc but I do not know the exact syntax and structure of creating the code other than opening a connection etc.
I could just  insert a record just as well but the requirement is that I must have primary key returned to me  of the record that I just inserted, which is what scope_identity is about..and I am not sure how to that either..sigh
 Could someone point me in the right direction on how to code for a stored procedure that returns the scope identity? Or inserting a record and returning its primary key?
It would be appreciated..
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@Overthere - Please take a look at the following sample application provided by Microsoft that leverages the (SQLSRV Driver) for PHP.

Valid link as of: 11/20/2015

The example application uses the SQL AdventureWorks database provided by Microsoft with PHP code to allow a user to search for products by entering a keyword, see reviews for a selected product, write a review for a selected product, and upload an image for a selected product.

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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
The SQL statements should be the same since they are run by the SQL Server and not by PHP (or even ASP).  ??
@Overthere - I attached the sample code from Microsoft that leverages PHP sqlsrv_ commands.
@Overthere - A second example from Microsoft that uses AdventureWorks database. It first drops the stored procedure if it doesen't exist, then recreates the stored procedure. The sample then calls the stored proc and returns a result using PHP. See attached file.
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