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Calling stored procedure: "can't return a result set in the given context"
Posted by: Jonathan Sachs
Date: July 04, 2012 10:36PM

I want to create some stored procedures in MySQL, something I haven't done before. I'm having some trouble getting started.

I created a simple stored procedure. When I tried to call it through the SQL box in phpMyAdmin, I got the message "PROCEDURE dbname.procname can't return a result set in the given context."

I looked up the message and learned that it's caused by a bug in MySQL which appeared in version 5.2.4 and persisted through 5.2.5.

But I'm running 5.2.17.

What should I make of this? Has an old bug reappeared, or is something else wrong?

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