[freetds] Best way to do RPC ?

Swapna_Anand Swapna_Anand at Satyam.com
Wed Apr 9 04:56:46 EDT 2003


Hi Raphael,
	CTLib RPC implementation and sample programs are available in the
nightly snapshot.
Regards
Swapna


-----Original Message-----
From: Raphael Hertzog [mailto:eng at eipm.ch]
Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2003 2:25 PM
To: FreeTDS Mailing List
Subject: [freetds] Best way to do RPC ?


Hello,

I want to launch Remote Procedure Call from a Linux PC. Thus I found
freetds and decided to use it.

First disappointment, sqsh uses ctlib and isn't able to do RPC with
parameters because CTLib doesn't support that. I looked in the archives
and discovered that DBLib supports RPC with parameters.

I decide to try that and I write a little test program (cf testftds.c in
attachment). The program works well except that it doesn't return
anything (whatever the parameter I give) ... the result set returned is
always empty and it shouldn't.

Can you tell me what's wrong in what I did ? You can test it if you have
a SQL Server 2000 installed somewhere ... I use the sample database
"pubs" for the test. You just need to add a [demo] section to your
/etc/freetds.conf file ... I tried several version of the protocol (7,
8, 4.2) without success.

Otherwise, I tried tsql and there it worked without problem (sending
"byroyalty @percentage=100\ngo").

In your opinion, what's the best way to manage RPC right now ? With
DBLib ? with tds_submit_query directly, bypassing at the same time all
the checks (like it's done in tsql) ?

Cheers,
-- 
Raphaël Hertzog - EIPM SA
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