Kae Verens wrote:
> Bryan O'Donoghue wrote:
>>> The fact that MySQL may /let/ you away with it... doesn't necessarily
>> make it *correct* or *portable* betwixt databases; !!!
>>>> If I'm not mistaken ... some versions of SQLite... may actually
>> *enforce* this rule... !!
>>>>> I'd like to argue that the semi-colon is completely redundant in PHP'
> SQL calls. The semi-colon is used to delimit statements, and so is only
> really needed when you are going to use another statement in the same
> SQL call.
I might concede that point.
Besides what fun is SQL, if you don't spend 10 hours trying to fold into
one SQL statement, what could be easily accomplished in 2 or 3 statments...
" RIGHT OUTER JOIN on SELECT blah.x WHERE x in SELECT x.n y.d " ...
On the other hand... if you want to do transactions, rollbacks, commits,
> But - using multiple statements in single calls is an invitation for
> injection attacks.
How so ?
Once you validate your user input doesn't have SELECT, "DELETE"...
INSERT DROP or other harmful statments.... how does it make a difference
*how many* statments in the one execute operate on this data ?
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