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Re: Getting the columns from LEX or THD
Thank you Sergei. We need to think of a work-around now.
On Mon, Jun 15, 2015 at 11:48 PM, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, Sriram!
> On Jun 14, Sriram Patil wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I wanted to retrieve a tables columns i.e its schema definition when a
> > query is executed. I figured out LEX and THD structures store these in
> > different variables for different queries.
> > I wanted to get the same when a simple INSERT query is executed, e.g
> > INSERT INTO <table> VALUES(<values>). Where can I find it?
> > Is there any mechanism to get a tables schema that will work for any
> > kind of query?
> You're working on MaxScale now, so, I'm guessing that you only have the
> parser and have all the data that the parser created, but no more.
> In that case, the answer is no, it is impossible to get a table schema
> (or all table columns). Most probably you only have the information that
> the parser has, that was contained in the query. Table definition is
> stored in the real dbms server, the proxy doesn't have it, as far as I