EXECUTE IMMEDIATE — dynamically prepare and execute a statement
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE immediately prepares and executes a dynamically specified SQL statement, without retrieving result rows.
A literal C string or a host variable containing the SQL statement to be executed.
Here is an example that executes an
INSERT statement using
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE and a host variable named
sprintf(command, "INSERT INTO test (name, amount, letter) VALUES ('db: ''r1''', 1, 'f')"); EXEC SQL EXECUTE IMMEDIATE :command;
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE is specified in the SQL standard.
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