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From:Steve Edberg Date:September 3 2001 8:49pm
Subject:Re: Stored Procedures and Triggers
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At 1:10 PM -0700 9/3/01, David Turner wrote:
>A friend of mine mentioned something about perl stored procedures for
>MYSQL. Has anyone heard about this? I have searched everywhere and only
>seen posts related to POSTGRESQL. If they have this for MYSQL it would
>be really helpful.

That would be MyPerl:

	http://software.tangent.org/

It looks to be very early on in development, so I'm not sure how much 
I'd rely on it...

	-steve



>Thanks, Dave
>On Mon, Sep 03, 2001 at 01:37:23AM -0700, Jeremy Zawodny wrote:
>  > On Mon, Sep 03, 2001 at 04:23:23PM +0800, Kimman Lui 
><luikm@stripped> wrote:
>  > >
>>  > How many types of triggers MySQL have? And what about stored procedures?
>>
>>  Zero and Zero, as explained in the docs.
>>
>>  If you need them today, I'd suggest looking at PostgreSQL.  If you're
>>  patient, they'll likely appear in MySQL someday--I believe both are on
>>  the TODO list.
>>
>>  Jeremy
>>  --
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>>
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>>


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Stored Procedures and TriggersKimman Lui3 Sep
  • Re: Stored Procedures and TriggersJeremy Zawodny3 Sep
    • Re: Stored Procedures and TriggersDavid Turner3 Sep
      • Re: Stored Procedures and TriggersSteve Edberg3 Sep
        • Re: Stored Procedures and TriggersDavid Turner4 Sep