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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at MBAY dot NET>
Subject: Re: DBI/DBD error handling?
Date: May 11 1998 8:59PM
Ken Fasman writes:
> The DBI spec appears to be vague on this issue. Does the generic interface
> allow for multiple errors to be raised and processed, or will one have to
> implement a Sybase-specific extension as you did with "syb_more_results"?
I don't remember if the DBI spec allows for this - I haven't had the
time to do anything with this issue for the last 6 months,
unfortunately. If it turns out that multiple error messages from a
single SQL statement is not handled by the DBI then I will certainly
add code to process it (somehow).
> As always, your speedy responses are *greatly* appreciated. (When do you
> have time to get your own work done?)
Answering questions doesn't take much time. It's implementing changes
that takes time, especially with DBI which I don't understand as well
as I'd like...
> On Mon, 11 May 1998, Michael Peppler wrote:
> > Ken Fasman writes:
> > > I have a general question about DBI, and a specific question about
> > > DBD::Sybase:
> > >
> > > Am I correct in my understanding that $sth->err and $sth->errstr will
> > > only contain the most recent errors raised by the SQL I have executed
> > > from this handle?
> > Yes - this is a bug (or at least a limitation) which I plan to fix.
> > But don't ask me when... so if someone feels like tackling this (or
> > other DBD::Sybase issues) please feel free!
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