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Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures
Posted by: Nigel Rudd ()
Date: January 31, 2017 03:20PM

Peter Brawley Wrote:
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> Such mods would change how the DB works; how would
> that illuminate how the DB works?
Hmmm.. it would change how the database works, but it
will fundamentally still be the same. To understand
how a stored procedure is translated into it's pseudo
code can help in optimizing code.

> By "define a variable as being the same as a field
> on a table" do you mean define a var holding the
> name of the field, or define a var holding all its
> values in the table where it occurs?
Neither - I'm more referring to something like %TYPE
which Oracle allows.

> Suggestion: learn thoroughly how to use MySQL
> before you set about changing it.
I'm the sort of person who learns how a TV works
by taking it apart :)

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Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 996 Nigel Ridd 01/21/2017 08:59AM
Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 107 Peter Brawley 01/21/2017 04:28PM
Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 129 Nigel Rudd 01/31/2017 01:12PM
Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 83 Peter Brawley 01/31/2017 02:04PM
Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 83 Nigel Rudd 01/31/2017 03:20PM
Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 80 Peter Brawley 01/31/2017 03:37PM
Re: Extending/modifying MySQL around stored procedures 75 Nigel Rudd 02/01/2017 01:54AM


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