|Subject||Re: RFC: Please unify stored procedure execution|
> This is not a bug. SUSPEND is special keyword that allows to fetchBut that's the only way to create a procedure that returns a result
> data from procedure using SELECT statement, not EXECUTE PROCEDURE
set. But if you define EXECUTE PROCEDURE to be the only statement to
execute procedure (regardless of its type), then we have a bug when it
is used for selectable procedures :)
> And, yes, if this does not violate standard and commonSo, what do you (all) think about extending EXECUTE PROCEDURE?
> behavior, you can RFC to allow execute procedure to return more than
> "1 row", if it can.