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From Kevac Marko <ma...@kevac.org>
Subject [PATCH] fix for max_length field to be populated for prepared statements
Date Thu, 01 Oct 2009 10:20:38 GMT
Without this attribute set, max_length field is not filled for
prepared statements.

This is from http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/c-api-datatypes.html :

If you are using prepared statements, max_length is not set by default
because for the binary protocol the lengths of the values depend on
the types of the values in the result set. (See Section 20.9.5, “C API
Prepared Statement Data types”.) If you want the max_length values
anyway, enable the STMT_ATTR_UPDATE_MAX_LENGTH option with
mysql_stmt_attr_set() and the lengths will be set when you call
mysql_stmt_store_result(). (See Section,
“mysql_stmt_attr_set()”, and Section,

diff --git a/dbd/apr_dbd_mysql.c b/dbd/apr_dbd_mysql.c
index 01afed2..0d206ac 100644
--- a/dbd/apr_dbd_mysql.c
+++ b/dbd/apr_dbd_mysql.c
@@ -581,8 +581,14 @@ static int dbd_mysql_prepare(apr_pool_t *pool,
apr_dbd_t *sql,
     (*statement)->stmt = mysql_stmt_init(sql->conn);

     if ((*statement)->stmt) {
+        my_bool update_max_length = 1;
         apr_pool_cleanup_register(pool, (*statement)->stmt,
                                   stmt_close, apr_pool_cleanup_null);
+        mysql_stmt_attr_set((*statement)->stmt, STMT_ATTR_UPDATE_MAX_LENGTH,
+                            &update_max_length);
         ret = mysql_stmt_prepare((*statement)->stmt, query, strlen(query));

         if (ret != 0) {

Marko Kevac
Sent from Moscow, Mow, Russia

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