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Re: Can't send SQL statement containing 'DELIMITER $$'
Posted by: Denis Lemberger
Date: May 02, 2012 12:11AM

Dear Mark

Many thanx for your quick answer!

Now as I mentioned, there is a whole script to be executed via JDBC, which may contain a 'create function' statement. Here is an example:

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drop function if exists test;

delimiter $$

create
definer = 'root'@'localhost'
function `test`(nr INT)
returns text charset utf8
deterministic
sql security invoker
begin
return concat("<", nr, ">");
end$$

delimiter ;
------------------

This script works fine when executed in the workbench but fails when executed in the java environment, even when the 'delimiter' command is not present. I understand that the 'delimiter' command can't work when using JDBC as it is a mySQL command line client keyword. But then how can I execute such a script from JDBC?

BTW: This 'drop' statement above is just an example. There might be a bunch of other statements (alter table, create or replace view, insert, update, delete, etc.) instead.

Best regards
:-Denis

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