Tom Lane wrote:
>Parameters are only supported in plannable statements
>(SELECT/INSERT/UPDATE/DELETE; I think there is some hack for DECLARE
>CURSOR these days too).
That's a shame.
Aside from executing prepared statements, parameters are also useful for
preventing SQL injections. Under those cases, they are useful for all
commands, not only those that can be prepared.
Oh well. I'm not sure whether that's extremely clever or downright
insane, but I'm solving this problem by calling "Select
quote_literal($1)" and "select quote_id($1)", and then using the results.
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