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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at MBAY dot NET>
Subject: RE: dbsqlsend
Date: Jun 9 1998 10:22PM
Wechsler, Steven M writes:
> What exactly would dbsqlsend, as implemented above, do? According to
> the DB-Lib manual, it "Send[s] a command batch to the server and do[es]
> not wait for a response. "
This implementation would do exactly what the C implementation
does. I've never used it, but if I understand correctly you can use
dbsqlsend() to submit your query to the server and it will return
immediately. YOu then call dbsqlok() at a later time to find out how
it went, and then dbresults() (in a loop)...
> How would using your implementation differ from the standard C
> implementation? What's involved in getting Asynch I/O to work? If
> dbsqlsend doesn't wait for a response, isn't that pretty much what I'm
> looking for (since dbsqlok is already implemented)? Or is there more
> involved that I'm missing?
I don't know what you're missing - I've never played with asynch
Maybe you should look at what dbpoll() does...
> >I might add this sometime in teh future, but time is short...
> Actually, time is infinite (or so they tell me). *Life*, on the other
> hand... :-)
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