[freetds] prepared statements in db-lib

Paul Thurston pthurston at netegrate.com
Sun Feb 21 14:57:24 EST 2010



If you are programming in, say C++, it is fairly straightforward to write a
function with this capability.

Have the function take as parameters the tablename, along with vector of
pointers to a user-defined class Parameter.

If each Parameter contains type information, along with the value,
formatting & executing the query string is a snap.








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[mailto:freetds-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Andrew H. Wakefield
Sent: Sunday, February 21, 2010 2:27 PM
To: freetds at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: [freetds] prepared statements in db-lib


I have been playing with db-lib, and find it to be a very nice

interface. But there is one thing that I seem to be missing, and can't

figure out -- does it not have any way to do a "prepared statement" --

IOW, a statement with parameters that are filled in before execution --

other than as an actual stored procedure?


Here's what I want to be able to do, in a mixture of sql and



sql_statement: INSERT INTO test_tbl VALUES ( ?, ?, ? );

set_param(1, 52)

set_param(2, 'Testing')

set_param(3, 123.456)

execute prepared statement


If db-lib cannot do this, can ct-lib? Or do I have to go down to the

libtds layer?


Many thanks ...



Andy Wakefield

a_wake at earthlink.net 


On Mon, 2010-01-11 at 21:55 -0500, James K. Lowden wrote:


> Andrew H. Wakefield wrote:

> > I

> > downloaded the "nightly snapshot" yesterday and tried to cross-compile

> > for Windows. It failed during the make, using the settings that worked

> > successfully for freetds-0.82. IIRC, the error had something to do with

> > types.h inclusion.


> Tonight's version should be better.  Let us know.  


> --jkl


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