On Sat, Feb 20, 1999 at 12:45:27PM -0600, James Thompson wrote:
> The only issue I can forsee is when virtual memory is exhausted, would
> this require additional error code defined that would violate some sql
I don't see that. There is already an OUT_OF_MEMORY error message.
> standard? And would a NULL pointer on return siginfy a null column value
> in the table or a failed malloc?
A failed malloc. Null values are only transfered via indicators.
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