I haven't done any debugging, but doing it using directly the C API works.
It seems that it takes blocks of data, i.e. it processes the loops
very fast, then stops, then continues the loop, then stops...
The first block of data, when the loop pauses for the first time, ends
by the 1128th value, which is where the mysql++ version stops and
Maybe it can help you help me :)
On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 10:31 PM, Warren Young <mysqlpp@stripped> wrote:
> jujulj wrote:
>> when running the query shown below, the loop always stops at the same
>> point (after 1128 fetch_row) without any error message nor warning.
>> It seems stuck and does not continue the program.
> When the program freezes, what does a debugger tell you?
> Is it looping inside MySQL++, inside the C API, or inside your code?
> What function(s) is it trapped in?
> Is there anything unusual about the content 1128th row?
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