Subject Re: [firebird-support] UUID (CHAR(16) OCTETS) in conditional expression
Author Dimitry Sibiryakov
> Where do you see EXECUTE STATEMENT being referenced in his post? As far
> as I can see he simply uses a SELECT INTO statement, which could also be
> sourced from a table or procedure.

Yes, but everything inside of loop he replaced with dots. My crystal
ball sometimes work.
"Malformed string" error used to appear when EXECUTE STATEMENT is
used to execute SQL, build with string constants. Especially if these
constant has charset different from current connection charset. In the
case of OCTETS problem is almost unavoidable.