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I was wondering the same! Justin's explanation is probably correct, but I think that various discussions in this list proven that a part of the community badly wants this feature.
Some of the features that have been discussed in this list could have been implemented as stored procedures. For example, extensions to KILL. It may not be the perfect solution but, well, it is not reasonable to expect that you implement every single need/idea I have during my work. If I could write general purpose stored procedures in any decent language, I would do it, and then would push them to GitHub.
It seems that some people agree on this but... still nothing happens. Even PL/SQL parser seems to have higher priority than external languages! :(
Is there anything we can do to convince the team?
Lun 7/11/16, Sergei Golubchik <serg@xxxxxxxxxxx> ha scritto:
Oggetto: Re: [Maria-discuss] on stored procedures
A: "Justin Swanhart" <greenlion@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc: "Federico Razzoli" <federico_raz@xxxxxxxx>, "Maria Discuss" <maria-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Data: Lunedì 7 novembre 2016, 22:42
On Nov 07, Justin Swanhart
> We discussed it here and it
seemed vary popular. WL-820.
I know, right?
A cool and useful feature, I'd say. I
cannot understand why it's
being pushed down for the last 10 years.
I still hope we get it someday.
> On Mon, Nov 7, 2016 at 10:43 AM, Sergei
> > Hi, Federico!
> > On Nov 07,
Federico Razzoli wrote:
> > > Some
good points from Bill Karwin:
> > >
> > Thanks.
> > These are
valid points, and some of them are related.
> > For example, "does not have a
rich library of functions or standard
> procedures" that follows from "does not
> > Which
might be fixed in https://jira.mariadb.org/browse/MDEV-10591
> > External
languages for stored procedures - that's a very cool
> > and patches exist for
many years. But, apparently, it's more cool than
> > practically useful? There were almost
no requests for it, not when I was
in MySQL, not in MariaDB. And, frankly, I do not know why,
> > insanely useful to