From: Karl O. Pinc <kop@me...> - 2007-06-23 02:58:10
Robert Treat once wrote:
old sql window properly captured # of rows inserted/updated/deleted.
this is kind of critical to still support.
Changed reporting of the status of each sql statement to support
this, somehow or another, while poking a little deeper into ADODB
so that the patch can tell when non-SELECT statements succeed so
it does not give an errornous count of errors.
It can't tell the difference between insert, update, and delete.
It just says "x rows affected".
And it does not say anything for create table statements and such.
I find it a little weird that sometimes you get output acknowledging
the statement execution and sometimes (create table) you don't.
And because there's no difference in command status output between
insert, update, and delete it can be hard to keep track of what's
going on if there's lots of statements. This is another reason
I like having "show statements" default to on.
I understand needing some output so you know when,
for instance, you've accidently deleted _all_ the rows
in the table.
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