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> From: ben@stripped
> To: mysql@stripped
> Subject: RE: Search based where claused and stored proc
> Date: Fri, 27 Mar 2009 13:43:51 -0500
> Ben Wiechman
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> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Gary Smith [mailto:Gary@stripped]
> > Sent: Friday, March 27, 2009 12:59 PM
> > To: mysql@stripped
> > Subject: [MySQL] Search based where claused and stored proc
> > I'm working on a small project of re-implementing all of the sql for a
> > web site. The task is pretty trivial but overall there are some minor
> > things that I'm trying to code through.
> > We've moved much of the logic over to stored procs and call them with
> > parameterized queries. This works well since there isn't much inject
> > attack possibility on these. Now I have one query left, which allows
> > for an arbitrary number of search parameters, all using AND.
> > Has anyone accomplished coverting something like this to a stored proc
> > in mysql?
> > Logically I could pass in the parameters in as an array of words, or a
> > wordlist to be broken up inside the proc, but I don't want to spend a
> > bunch of time either reinventing the wheel or working to a goal that
> > can't be accomplished.
> > We could build the base query dynamically in the code using standard sql
> > and bind the parameters to it that way but since we've moved everything
> > else to procs I figured I'd look into this as well.
> > BTW, this is a project I brought onto after they found they had a sql
> > injection bug in there code that was exploited...
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