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From Chris Darroch <chr...@pearsoncmg.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] mod_dbd with more than one pool
Date Tue, 10 Mar 2009 16:29:00 GMT
Kevac Marko wrote:

> Prepared statements are not executed, just parsed (simplified), so no,
> it is not important for initialization statement to be before prepared
> statements.

   Right; what I wondered was whether you needed to execute some
sort of "magic" initialization statement which would then allow
normal processing, including preparing regular statements, to proceed.

   From the bug report (thanks for that) I see your example is setting
character sets with MySQL, which I take it doesn't affect preparing
statements, but I'm not a MySQL expert.  Perhaps other DBs in certain
configurations might have initialization requirements that do affect
preparing statements?  Since I'm not an expert in all the different
DBs and their possible configurations, I just wanted to open the
subject for discussion.  It also seems to me that it doesn't hurt to
do the initializations first, just in case.

Chris.

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