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Subject [GitHub] [flink] zhengcanbin commented on issue #9781: [FLINK-14098] Support multiple statements for TableEnvironment.
Date Tue, 01 Oct 2019 02:47:01 GMT
zhengcanbin commented on issue #9781: [FLINK-14098] Support multiple statements for TableEnvironment.
URL: https://github.com/apache/flink/pull/9781#issuecomment-536836014
   > One general question from my side: Shall we also allow multiline statements in `sqlQuery()`?
In theory we could allow that and just ensure that the last statement is a query statement.
Similarly we need to ensure that there is no query statement in `sqlUpdate()`. What is JDBC
doing in those cases?
   Thanks, @twalthr
   In JDBC, `executeXXX` just accepts one statement, `executeUpdate` allows DDL/DML and throws
an exception when executing DQL, conversely, `executeQuery` supports DQL while DDL/DML is
not allowed.
   IMO, it also makes sense to support multi statements in `sqlQuery()`, DDL/DML are allowed
if a query is the last statement, also,  multiple queries should not be allowed. But it seems
the boundary is not very clear between these two interfaces after we apply these changes,
both of them allow DDL/DML,  would such behavior cause confusion for users to some extent?
Actually I tend to not change the behavior of `sqlQuery()`,  so `sqlQuery()` is only for read
side and `sqlUpdate()` for write side.
   Thoughts? @wuchong @dawidwys 

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