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Thanks for the example. I ran it, and the DB was populated, but the code ended in the error:
Bizarre copy of ARRAY in list assignment at C:/Users/USERNAME/eclipse- +workspace/.metadata/.plugins/org.epic.debug/ line 6548, <__ +ANONIO__> line 4. END failed--call queue aborted, <__ANONIO__> line 4. at C:/Users/USERNAME/eclipse-workspace/PROJECT/ line +0, <__ANONIO__> line 4.
So I opened, and line 6548 reads:
... sub _dump_trace_calc_saved_single_arg { my ($nothard, $arg) = @_; # <-- LINE 6548 my $type; if ( not defined $arg ) { # undefined parameter return "undef"; } ...
Any ideas?

In reply to Re^3: Shared DBI handle supporting threads and processes by perlygapes
in thread Shared DBI handle supporting threads and processes by marioroy

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