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gav (2710)

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Thursday September 19, 2002
10:29 AM

dbi debugging aid

[ #7835 ]
Want to know what sql you're throwing at the database but you're binding variables. This should do the trick:

use Text::Wrap;
my $temp = $sql;
$temp =~ s/\?/$dbh->quote($_)/e for @data;
print $cgi->pre(wrap('','',$temp));

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  • DBI->trace(2) is your friend.
  • What happens if one of your values contains a question mark? I had a similar bug in the DBI-ish class I was writing in PHP a few weeks back.
    • Doh. I didn't think of that :(

      This works for that case:

      my $i = 0;
      $temp =~ s/\?/$dbh->quote($data[$i++])/ge;