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Id: 73463
Status: resolved
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Queue: DBD-mysql

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Requestors: MRDVT [...] cpan.org
tim [...] tim-landscheidt.de
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Subject: Support for named placeholders
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It would be nice if DBD::mysql supported named placeholders ("SELECT * FROM table WHERE column = :placeholder;"). Apparently, this had been already proposed for 3.0 (cf. <URI:http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.perl.modules.dbi.sybase.devel/139>), but if it has been implemented as well, I cannot find it :-). The syntax ":placeholder" seems to be supported by both DBD::Pg and DBD::SQLite.
Subject: Add bind_param named parameter bind support
Error: 'Argument ":foo" isn't numeric in subroutine entry.' DBI states "Some drivers also allow placeholders like :name and :N (e.g., :1, :2, and so on) in addition to ?, but their use is not portable." Other drivers like DBD::Oracle and DBD::Pg already have named bind parameter support. I'd like for DBD::MySQL to support it as well. $sth->bind_param(":foo" => "myfoovalue"); I'm running perl-DBD-MySQL-4.017-1 but I checked the change log and RT and did not find this capability in newer version or logged on RT. Thanks, Mike Examples DBD::Pg $ perl -MDBIx::Array::Connect -e 'print DBIx::Array::Connect->new->connect("pg1")->sqlscalar("select :foo::text", {foo=>"foo"}), "\n"' foo DBD::Oracle $ perl -MDBIx::Array::Connect -e 'print DBIx::Array::Connect->new->connect("ORA1")->sqlscalar("select :foo from dual", {foo=>"foo"}), "\n"' foo DBD::MySQL $ perl -MDBIx::Array::Connect -e 'print DBIx::Array::Connect->new->connect("mysql1")->sqlscalar("select :foo", {foo=>"foo"}), "\n"' Argument ":foo" isn't numeric in subroutine entry. DBD::mysql::st bind_param failed: Illegal parameter number. mrdvt92


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