The cci_execute function executes the SQL statement (prepared statement) that has executed cci_prepare(). A request handle, flag, the maximum length of a column to be fetched, and the address of a T_CCI_ERROR construct variable in which error information being stored are specified as arguments.
Through a flag, the function of retrieving the query result from the server can be set as synchronous or asynchronous, and the way of query execution can be set as all queries or the first one.
If the flag is set to CCI_EXEC_ASYNC, an asynchronous mode is used to retrieve the result immediately each time a query result is created. If not, a synchronous mode is used to retrieve query results after executing prepared queries all.
If the flag is set to CCI_EXEC_QUERY_ALL, all prepared queries(separated by semicolon) are executed. If not, only the first query is executed.
If the flag is set to CCI_EXEC_QUERY_ALL, the following rules are applied.
max_col_size is a value that is used to determine the maximum length of a column to be sent to a client when the columns of the prepared statement are CHAR, VARCHAR, NCHAR, VARNCHAR, BIT or VARBIT. If this value is 0, full length is fetched.
int cci_execute(int req_handle, char flag, int max_col_size, T_CCI_ERROR *err_buf)