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From: "Avis, Ed" <avised at kbcfp dot com>
Subject: Feature request: turn off the multiple statement handle emulation
Date: Mar 22 2006 3:33PM

If AutoCommit is off and you try to open two statement handles at the
same time then DBD::Sybase silently opens a new database connection.
This is documented, but I think it's a trap for the unwary, since just
forgetting to put 'finish $sth' earlier in your program will trigger it
and there is no warning.

I think there should be a safe mode where DBD::Sybase will never open a
new database connection unless you explicitly ask for it.  I would even
suggest that this mode should be the default, but it may be too late to
change that.

-- 
Ed Avis 

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