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Re: PRINT statements
Posted by: Anders Karlsson ()
Date: November 30, 2004 01:01PM

There are other ways of achieveing the same thing with MySQL stored procedures though. One is to use the MySQL ability to return multiple resultsets, this coule be used to achieve this, but would need some logic on the application side to separate returned data from text pass as just text.
Another, and easier, way would be to develop a small set of MySQL stored procedures to do just this. The DBMS_OUTPUT package is not very advanced (at least not when I looked last time), so to get the basic functionality should not be too complex.

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