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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at MBAY dot NET>
Subject: Preserving SQL for display from callback
Date: Dec 1 1998 2:53PM

Mike Lucente writes:
 > In an earlier post you suggested ...
 > 
 > "You can write a small module that overloads ct_execute(), and use that in
 > place of Sybase::CTlib. That module could be as simple as ...
 > 
 > 
 > 
 > Now in the error handler you should be able to refer to $cmd->{SQL} to
 > get the SQL string."
 > 
 > I tried that and was looking good until I tried to retrieve $cmd->{SQL}
 > within my callback routine. It appears, however, that CTlib.c does not
 > return the connection handle:
 > 
 > (LINE 1505 in CTlib.c, v2.09):
 >     else
 >        XPUSHs(&sv_undef);

2.09 didn't do a good job of passing the connection handle to the
callbacks. Get 2.10 and things should work a lot better.

Michael
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