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From: michael dot x dot peppler at jpmchase dot com
Subject: RE: Is there a performance advantage to using placeholders with Sybase?
Date: Jan 8 2008 3:40PM

When DBD::Sybase is linked against Sybase Client Library, then when you 
use the form

$sth = $dbh->prepare("exec my_proc ?, ?, ?");
$sth->execute('a', 1, 3);

will generate an RPC call rather than a language call.

I don't know if this is supported with FreeTDS.

Michael





"Ed Avis"  
Sent by: owner-sybperl-l@peppler.org
08.01.2008 14:46

To
"Stefan Karlsson" , 
cc

Subject
RE: Is there a performance advantage to using placeholders with Sybase?






Stefan Karlsson wrote:

>                - Executing a stored procedure as an RPC is faster than 
>executing it as a LANG call.

Is there a way to do this using DBI and DBD::Sybase, or must you use 
Sybase::CTlib?

-- 
Ed Avis 

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