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Re: stored programs
You can't drop a busy proc in production to replace it. Many users would get an error. This is the same reason views have had CoR for so long. So yes it is a big deal!
Anyway, what I want most are Antony Curtis' stored proc / parser changes (mdev 820 if I'm not mistaken). I am especially interested in table functions and external stored routines.
I'd also like to discuss window functions too. I've implemented them in shard-query and have ideas about how to implement them in the server, but pluggable parser would be really useful here.
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> On Mar 3, 2015, at 2:48 AM, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi, Federico!
>> On Mar 03, Federico Razzoli wrote:
>> Reading 10.0.3 release notes:
>> I see that IF EXISTS, IF NOT EXISTS and OR REPLACE are now almost
>> consistent. "Almost" means that... OR REPLACE still doesn't apply to
>> stored procedures, functions, triggers, events.
> Support for events is already pushed (albeit after 10.1.3).
> Support for triggers will be pushed any day now (already reviewed and
> approved, so there's no more work left on it). I suppose that stored
> procedures and functions will follow soon.
> This was a GSoC 2014 project that added support for these clauses to
> *all* objects. It's just being pushed piecewise, object by object.
>> Recently, during a public session, a PostgreSQL user asked me if
>> MariaDB supports stored procedures - in his opinion, MySQL doesn't, no
>> matter what the manual says. Unfortunately my answer was that MariaDB
>> support for stored procedure is the same as MySQL ("so the answer is
>> no", he said).
> I don't understand what exactly missing feature that user had in mind.
> It couldn't have been "CREATE OR REPLACE", this seems so minor.
> Or was it?
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