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From: Michael Peppler <mpeppler at peppler dot org>
Subject: Re: DBD-Sybase ApacheDBI and error recovery
Date: Jun 14 2002 3:26PM
On Thu, 2002-06-13 at 07:55, Kiriakos Georgiou wrote:
> BlankThose who use DBI, ApacheDBI (which gives you one persistent dbh per
> httpd) and DBD-Sybase for their website have probably noticed that if one of
> their SQL statements gives an error then subsequent requests to the same
> httpd process may have problems if they do anything with the database
> (depending on the nature of the error, for example you can expect problems
> if there are results pending from a query that didn't finish).
Hmmm.... that may very well be a bug in DBD::Sybase.
Would you have an example that illustrates the problem?
This is probably not limited to ApacheDBI - a normal script that reuses
a dbh after an error should be exposed to the same problem, btw.
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