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Tim helped again -- here is the solution:
my $options = { RaiseError => 1, PrintError =>1 }; my $dbh = DBI->connect( $dsn, $username $password, $options ) or die; $dbh->{ShowErrorStatement} = 1; $dbh->{HandleError} = sub { Carp::Confess( $_[0] };

Carp::Confess( @_ ) gives warning within Carp itself ...

Display of bind parameters is scheduled for the next release of DBD::Oracle. Tim published a patch in the dbi-users mailing list for DBD::Oracle version 1.12.


In reply to Re: DBI HandleError statement display by axelrose
in thread DBI HandleError statement display by axelrose

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