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From:Martin Ramsch Date:July 26 1999 8:54pm
Subject:Re: How to see warnings...
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On Mo, 1999-07-26 23:05:37 +0300, Sinisa Milivojevic wrote:
> The only way, I think, warnings could be made fully visible, is to
> make LOAD DATA on a client's side and fully interactive. I mean FULLY
> interactive. But then, it would not be fast !!
> 
> May be I should put it in a TODO for sqlclient ??

I could imagine having a new pseudo table ERRORS and doing SELECT *
FROM ERRORS would give all the errors and warnings.

But I've to admit that I know nothing yet about the internals of MySQL
and how difficult this would be to accomplish (maybe the warnings
aren't available even internally ...) and if it's worth the effort.

For the time being an extension to sqlclient would be nice: if you're
desperately searching for malformed fields in your import data, speed
is secondary if only you can _find_ the culprits ;-)

Regards,
  Martin
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How to see warnings...Robin Bowes26 Jul
  • How to see warnings...sinisa26 Jul
    • Re: How to see warnings...Martin Ramsch26 Jul
      • Re: How to see warnings...()27 Jul
        • Re: How to see warnings...Thimble Smith27 Jul
          • Re: How to see warnings...sinisa27 Jul
            • Re: How to see warnings...Thimble Smith27 Jul
              • Logging...Chris J. DiBona27 Jul
        • Re: How to see warnings...Martin Ramsch27 Jul
    • Re: How to see warnings...Paul DuBois26 Jul
  • Re: How to see warnings...Robin Bowes27 Jul
    • Re: How to see warnings...sinisa27 Jul
      • Re: How to see warnings...Michael Widenius2 Aug
Re: How to see warnings...David Kaufman26 Jul