[freetds] INT_CANCEL return from DbLib error handler fails

Lowden, James K LowdenJK at bernstein.com
Fri May 2 17:30:09 EDT 2003


> From: Cooperstock, Dan [mailto:dan.cooperstock at hepcoe.com]
> Sent: May 2, 2003 2:16 PM
> 
> I'm returning in INT_CANCEL from the error handler I set with 
> dberrhandle() in a DbLibrary application using FreeTDS. 
>  
> As I understand it, that should cause working functions, like 
> dbsqlexec,
> which threw an error, to get a bad (not SUCCEED) return value. 

You understand correctly.  Looking at the code, our implementation is
defective.  Which is odd, because we had a very involved discussion about
this about six months ago.  Apparently we solved the problem in theory but
never got a round tuit.  Maybe the different libraries have conflicting
semantics, and we're not set up for that.  

If you're interested in fixing this, you'll need a current snapshot, or at
least upgrade to 0.61.  

The relevant function is (assuming it's a server-side message you're talking
about) is tds_process_msg() in src/tds/token.c:2019.  Near the end of that
function, we call the installed handler, but ignore its return code and
return TDS_SUCCEED.  

I don't know how fastidious we are about propogating the error back up the
stack.  

--jkl


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