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From:Jochen Wiedmann Date:August 29 1999 9:40am
Subject:Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updates
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Michael Widenius wrote:

> The problem is that this is a server variable and not a client
> variable.

Obviously, but is it a modifiable server variable? Couldn't it be
sent as a flag with any query? (Just one bit, won't cause network
traffic.)


> One option would be to add 'SQL_RETURN_FOUND_ROWS' as a server
> variable that one can set to affect this.  Would this be ok with you?

I think this is better than setting it at the C level. I'd still
apreciate the possibility to choose in the client.


Thanks,

Jochen


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BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesGregory C. Falck27 Aug
  • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesJochen Wiedmann27 Aug
    • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesMichael Widenius28 Aug
  • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesGregory C. Falck28 Aug
    • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesEric Siegerman28 Aug
      • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesMichael Widenius28 Aug
      • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesJochen Wiedmann28 Aug
      • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesJochen Wiedmann29 Aug
  • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesJochen Wiedmann28 Aug
    • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesMichael Widenius29 Aug
  • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesJochen Wiedmann29 Aug
  • Re: BUG: $sth->rows broken for updatesJochen Wiedmann30 Aug