Subject Re: [IB-Architect] Long query
Author Dimitry Sibiryakov
On 16 Jan 2002 at 0:47, Helen Borrie wrote:

> OK, this group is NOT for support questions.

Of course, the question was wrong. But subject (I think)
is interesting even here.
AFAIK isc_dsql_execute2() won't return until the query
execution is complete and the first row of the result set
is ready for fetch. So, we have to call something like
isc_break_execute() from a different thread.
What is more "right" - make programmers to use multi-
thread architecture or add "asynchronous calls" to API?
(When an isc_dsql_execute_nowait() returns immediatelly and
calls a callback function after the result is ready. In
this case an isc_wait() may be good too. Oracle uses this

BTW, how this feature is implemented in IB6.5?

SY, Dmitri Sibiriakov.