On Thu, Mar 14, 2002 at 05:16:41PM +1100, Nicolas Bazin wrote:
> It will know the variables when the cursor is declared. Here is the syntax
> that we currently use with INFORMIX and it also corresponds to the syntax in
> the PostgreSQL documentation:
Where did you find this in the PostgreSQL docs?
It certainly is not implemented.
> EXEC SQL DECLARE curs_currency CURSOR FOR
> SELECT DISTINCT
> INTO :pays.pys_coddevnum, :pays.pys_coddevalp, :pays.pys_nbrdecimal
> FROM pays, FT_devises WHERE FT_devises.dvs_code = :stpe.tpe_profdevise
> AND FT_devises.dvs_devise = pays.pys_coddevnum;
> EXEC SQL FETCH curs_currency;
Anyone out there with more knowledge about standards? I thought this was
not standard at all.
> > Yes, I am. Please send it to me directly at meskes(at)postgresql(dot)org(dot)
> This patch breaks backward compatibility. The idea was to change the output
> of the preproc when it parses EXEC SQL type mytpe is ... from comment to the
> proper typedef definition. Then the typedef doesn't have to be added
> manually. If you still want it, I can send it.
I still want it. After all I can change the behaviour with a command
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