[freetds] FIRE_TRIGGERS hint

Constantin Vasilyev vasilyev at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Mon Sep 18 19:03:32 EDT 2006

Could it be added, then. I'm not sure if this worth submitting the patch.

And another idea. Sometime (like in case of pulling data out of indexed
views) database connection which freebcp opens requires some options (like
ANSI_NULLS) to be set before fetching the data. Some of those options work
if submitted within the same batch with SELECT statement, so queryout mode
may be used for them, but some work only if placed in separate batch.
For such cases it might be useful to add an option to  which allows to run
some  commands on the server (or simply set particular options for the
connection) before pumping the data.

Thanks for considering that,

Constantin Vasilyev
NCBI Contractor, DBA

On Mon, 18 Sep 2006, Lowden, James K wrote:

> > From: Constantin Vasilyev
> > Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 2:49 PM
> > Is there a good reason for "FIRE_TRIGGERS" not being included
> > in the list of valid bcp hints?
> Not that I know of.  I suspect FIRE_TRIGGERS was not a valid option on
> the server then in use when the code was written.
> --jkl
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