My code is something like this:
(q is a mysqlpp::Query)
for(IFieldContainer::const_iterator i = toSetFields.begin(); i != toSetFields.end();
the query and the toSetFields vector are filled in this way (simplifying):
q << "select * from " << theTable.getName() << " where 1 ";
for(IFieldContainer::const_iterator i= allFields.begin(); i != allFields.end(); i++)
q << " and " << (*i).getName() << "= %"<<paramIndex++
Passing a vector or a map to q.store() would be just the perfect solution in my opinion..
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roberto previdi wrote:
> I admit that i am one of the query.def abusers :)
Father Warren has heard your confession, and bids you go and say three
Hail Linuses. Go forth and sin no more, my child.
> The problem is that my query is dynamically generated,
Please post an example of the sort of thing you're generating. I
suspect you might have just picked up a hammer, and all problems are
looking like nails to you right now.
> I would need something like
> putting all the (parameter,value) couples in a vector or some dynamic
> structure and pass it to the query object..
Would it be enough if one of the overloads for these query execution
methods took a vector of string? Or maybe a map of string to string?
Even if the answer is "yes", I'd still like to know how you're trying to
use this feature. I have a deep suspicion that any attempt to create
dynamic templates is wrong-headed. The whole idea of a "template" is
that you have to know the parameters of the problem up front.
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