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I experimented, and the following

{ local $sth->{TraceLevel} = "2|SQL"; $rv = $sth->execute(@args) or die $sth->errstr; }

Produced the desired output, unfortunately surrounded by some verbose lines (see second paragraph). Reducing the trace level eliminated the information.

DBI::st=HASH(0x2910b18) trace level set to 0x100/2 (DBI @ 0x0/0) i +n DBI 1.623-ithread (pid 7420) -> execute for DBD::mysql::st (DBI::st=HASH(0x2910ab8)~0x2910b18 ' +xLangsdorf') thr#309f18 Called: dbd_bind_ph -> dbd_st_execute for 02497600 >- dbd_st_free_result_sets <- dbd_st_free_result_sets RC -1 <- dbd_st_free_result_sets mysql_st_internal_execute MYSQL_VERSION_ID 50147 >parse_params statement SELECT * FROM ksr_bf_utf8.t_user_portal WHERE f_client = ? Binding parameters: SELECT * FROM ksr_bf_utf8.t_user_portal WHERE f_client = 'xLangsdorf' <- dbd_st_execute returning imp_sth->row_num 19 <- execute= ( 19 ) [1 items] at line 57 -> STORE for DBD::mysql::st (DBI::st=HASH(0x2910b18)~INNER 'TraceL +evel' 0) thr#309f18 -> dbd_st_STORE_attrib for 02497600, key TraceLevel <- dbd_st_STORE_attrib for 02497600, result 0 <- STORE= ( 1 ) [1 items] at line 56

So I'd need to redirect the trace to a variable and parse the output for a paragraph starting with 'Binding parameters: ' in case of error...

something like

open my $trace_fh, ">", \ my $trace_out; { $sth->trace("2|SQL", $trace_fh ); $rv = $sth->execute(@args) or die parse($trace_out) . "\n" .$sth->errstr; }

Thanks again! :)

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language and ☆☆☆☆ :)
Je suis Charlie!

In reply to Re^2: composing and debugging MySql placeholders by LanX
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