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Pass a string to execute stmt?

Pass a string to execute stmt?

Pass a string to execute stmt?

(OP)
Dear all,

In SQL Server you can pass a string variable or literal string to an EXECUTE statement thus:

execute (:stringvar)
/*   Where :stringvar is varchar with value 'select * from    table'
   --OR*/

Execute ('select * from table')


I'm using Marathon 1.1 to try and replicate this function, so as to automate a procedure by passing different subqueries multiple times.

I want my SP to be structured like this:

        create procedure SP as

        declare variable queryA varchar(50);
        declare variable queryB varchar(50);

        begin

        queryA = 'select * from tableA'
        queryB = 'select * from tableB'
                 
                insert into tableD
        select
        (execute (:queryA) as resultA,
        (execute (:queryB) as resultB

        from tableC
                
                end


Does anyone have an idea as to how to do this in Marathon?

Best,
L
 

RE: Pass a string to execute stmt?

(OP)
Firebird has this solution:

EXECUTE IMMEDIATE (:stringvar | 'literal string')
to do this.  Does not work in Marathon though.

 

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