On Wed, Apr 21, 1999 at 12:36:59PM +0200, Pavel PaJaSoft Janousek wrote:
> I think, that principly is correct contructions like this:
No, to do this you need the PREPARE statement.
> One time I wrote this exec<space><space>sql - and ECPG say parse error
> too, but I forgot, that bad was only this two spaces between 'exec' and
Hmm, this is not good.
> Next, some 'interesting' situations I got when I use exec sql
> whenever... - scope for this is not as the program running, but as the
> source is parsing... - this is ...'-)
That's what the standard says. The whenever statement is a preprocessor
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