With reference to the manual, what is considered a "sufficiently large
result set" for the Query::store object? Presumably it's dependant on
the size of the program, and the system resources available.
From: Warren Young [mailto:mysqlpp@stripped]
Sent: 10 November 2007 03:11
To: MySQL++ Mailing List
Subject: Re: Issues with multi-queries
Paul Martin wrote:
> I read through the comments in query.h as well and that restated it.
Actually, that form isn't for human consumption directly. The reference
manual is generated from these specially-formatted comments, so it's
easier to read it there.
> next time I'll RTFM a little more closely.
That's always good, but also, follow the examples. If the examples do
something, don't just remove it if you're not certain why it's there.
Put another way: I've actively tried to cut the code in the examples
down as far as I can to make them as simple as possible. What's left is
all essential, in one way or another. No fluff.
> With that in mind, if I am calling query.execute() instead of store()
> how do I consume the rest of the results?
You don't, so don't do that. More FM to R:
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