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From "Ted Schrader" <teds.mailing.li...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Adding a sql map at run time
Date Sat, 03 Mar 2007 00:59:40 GMT
Hi Tegan,

There may be other ways to solve your problem.

How much SQL are the users allowed to enter?  Perhaps it can be done
by using $value$ instead of #value# in critical places in an existing
sql map (This is how WHERE clauses in Abator-generated sql maps work
for the query-by-example bits).

Also, check if remapResults="true" would be applicable to your case.
Finally, if you do end up using $value$, be sure to escape the SQL
contained in the parameter [I use StringEscapeUtils.escapeSQL() in the
Apache Jakarta Commons Lang package].

Give us an example if you need more ideas.


On 02/03/07, Tegan Clark <tegan.clark@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Does anyone have any pointers for how I would add a sql map to the
> SqlMapClient at runtime.  I'm writing a GUI that lets a use enter a piece of
> SQL and I'm using iBATIS to do the heavy lifting of mapping my java
> parameters to the sql and executing it and doing the return mapping.
> My only problem is getting the sql map to add dynamically.
> All help appreciated.
> Tegan
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