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From: Mick Ghazey <mghazey at yahoo dot com>
Subject: Re: Stored proc result sets
Date: Jun 4 1998 8:08PM
Thanks, Michael. That was very helpful.
Say, is this discussion list archived anywhere?
---Michael Peppler wrote:
> Mick Ghazey writes:
> > We have a stored procedure that prints messages to stdout. Will
> > messages be returned as in the result set(s)?
> As in
> print "this is a message from the sproc"
> If so these are routed to the client's message handler. Please see
> sybutil.pl or ctutil.pl (in the lib directory of the Sybperl
> distribution, also in the $PERL5LIB/site_perl directory if sybperl has
> been normally installed). Also see the discussion on message handlers
> in (or server callbacks) in teh Sybase OpenClient docs).
> > How do I know how many result sets a stored procedure returns?
> You won't know until you run the sproc. In addition the number of
> result sets can very well be variable. So you should code your
> programs to be able to handle an unknown number of result sets, by
> looping over dbresults() until it returns NO_MORE_RESULTS, or by
> looping over ct_results() until it stops returning CS_SUCCEED.
> Michael Peppler -||- Data Migrations Inc.
> firstname.lastname@example.org -||- http://www.mbay.net/~mpeppler
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