|Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister|
Re: Re: DBI error and $@by notsoevil (Pilgrim)
|on Dec 06, 2001 at 23:12 UTC||Need Help??|
There is no other code. :)
There are no other warnings. :)
I know it should print something. However it is not, hence my confusion.
I'd really just like an explanation of the examples in the Perl DBI book and/or Randal's article on why they used the format:
I believe my sample code is an example of this (save the $dbh->rollback, but that isn't the issue). The examples check $@ and then die with it, after a rollback. If $@ isn't being printed (interpolated into my warn string), how does the conditional execute? If it is executing (and hence doing a rollback) when $@ does not have a printable value, this may affect my transactions.
Or am I just completely batty?