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Erroring when opening second db link

Erroring when opening second db link

Erroring when opening second db link

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I have opened the first connection and run a 'fetchrow_array'. When I used Perl on a UNIX/Oracle system I was able to link to other tables. I am now working on a Windows/SQL system and when I run this code (without the # at the start of the line),

CODE --> Perl

#       $st2 = $dbh->prepare("SELECT BIRTHDATE FROM PAEMPLOYEE WHERE
#           employee = '" . $vEmp . "'") or die "select 2: " . $dbh->errstr;
#       my @dat2;
line 113 -
#       my $r2 = $st2->execute or die "Couldn't execute 2: " . $st2->errstr;
#       while (@dat2 = $st2->fetchrow_array())
#       {
#           my $vDOB = $dat2[0];
#       } 

I get an error,

DBD::ODBC::st execute failed: [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0]Connecti
on is busy with results for another command (SQL-HY000) at hevnInter2_pl line 11
3.
Couldn't execute 2: [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0]Connection is busy
with results for another command (SQL-HY000) at hevnInter2_pl line 113.

RE: Erroring when opening second db link

is the database closed out before the next call?

I'm using DBD::mysql

CODE --> PERL

$connection = DBI->connect('DBI:mysql:TABLE', 'root', 'password');

$query2 = "select loginhistory, logincount from useracounts where USERNAME = '$Values[1]'";
$statement = $connection->prepare($query2);
$statement->execute(); 

I have $connection as a sub function, and I run three to four of these (all to different tables) in a single sitting.

I'm not too sure how the DBD::ODBC::st is setup (I just started with mySQL two weeks ago) but if its anything like the DBD::mysql, it should work once the first call is closed out I would think, but I don't really know.

~Nate_Bro

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