mysql_stmt_next_result for queries returning a single result set
Posted by: Tony Izzo
Date: September 28, 2012 02:32PM

I'm interested in using the mysql_stmt_next_result() API for retrieving results for a stored procedure call which may or may not return multiple result sets. I am trying to determine whether I can use this same method for a plain old SQL prepared SELECT statement that returns only a single result set, or if it is only permitted for executing a CALL.

In other words, if I pass an arbitrary statement into a function that prepares, binds, and executes that statement, does my function need to handle two separate execution paths for CALL and SELECT statements, or will a function that correctly handles CALL statements returning an arbitrary number of result sets also work with a normal SELECT? Thanks.

Tony

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