> I'm not sure I understand you correctly. The SQL standard says you can
> call your statement as this:
> exec sql at CONNECTION select 1;
> Here CONNECTION of course is a string, the name of the connection. So,
> yes, we have to maintain that list to make sure we get the right
I thought the main problem was an "exec sql set connection :hostvar",
where hostvar is a string determined at runtime. Else above could be translated at
precompile time to anything more efficient than a string search.
Oh, just noticed above is not standard, but sure is very useful.
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