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Re: Use of SUBSTRING_INDEX in a stored procedure ?
Posted by: Andrew Gilfrin
Date: March 24, 2005 12:52PM


The first problem is that you not giving your VARCHAR's a length. Also It might be more logical to use set rather than the first select like so.

mysql> create procedure authent(in login_par varchar(20))
-> begin
-> declare domain_name varchar(20);
-> set domain_name = substring_index(login_par,'@',-1);
-> end
-> //
Query OK, 0 rows affected (0.02 sec)

Using select implies that your selecting from a table, where as set immediately identifies your using variables. More of a style issue than anything else so if you happy using select then thats fine.

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Andrew Gilfrin

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