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Mysql Stored Procedure

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Hi,
I have a stored procedure to run sql statement. And i have passed a create procedure sql statement throught parameters but there is raise syntax error. What can i do?
ps: I use sqlyoq mysql client program
//this is my sp for execute sql statements.
DELIMITER $$
CREATE PROCEDURE `ExecuteSql`(
	IN pSql TEXT)
BEGIN
	SET @ssql=pSql;
	PREPARE stmt FROM @ssql;
	EXECUTE stmt;
END$$
DELIMITER ;
/************************//
 
 
/*problem is here, i call ExecuteSql sp from sql yoq */
CALL ExecuteSql('DELIMITER $$
                              CREATE PROCEDURE TestSp()
                               BEGIN
                               	SELECT \'This is a test\';
                             END$$
                             DELIMITER ;');
 
error is here: You have an error in your SQL syntax;....

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Question by:erenpasa
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Tried this :

CALL ExecuteSql('CREATE PROCEDURE TestSp()
                 BEGIN
                 SELECT \'This is a test\';
                 END');

But you will get this :
"This command is not supported in the prepared statement protocol yet"
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