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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: Arguments to SQL statements in Ctlib
Date: Nov 15 1999 3:33PM

Hrvoje Niksic writes:
 > Is it possible to send SQL statements with arguments.  I'd like to
 > write something like:
 > 
 >     @results = ct_sql("SELECT foo FROM bar WHERE id=?", $needed_it);
 > 
 > The ? syntax is borrowed from Perl DBI and is not required, but it
 > should make my meaning clear.

No, that isn't supported.

The closest CTlib would come is if you create a stored procedure, and
then use ct_command(CS_RPC_CMD) and ct_param() to send the request.

Michael
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