[mapserver-users] Runtime Substitution bug
nicolas.boutet at geosys.com
Fri Sep 16 03:37:10 EDT 2011
If I remove the substitution variable and replace it by a value, it doesn’t matter if there is a space or not.
I also tried with some others SQL statements where the substitution variable is not at the end of the SQL String. There is no problem with those SQL Statements.
De : Steve Lime [mailto:sdlime at gmail.com]
Envoyé : jeudi 15 septembre 2011 20:47
À : Nicolas BOUTET
Cc : <mapserver-users at lists.osgeo.org>; <mapserver-dev at lists.osgeo.org>
Objet : Re: [mapserver-users] Runtime Substitution bug
If you take var. substitution out of it by hard coding an idblock value does the space still matter?
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On Sep 15, 2011, at 11:07 AM, "Nicolas BOUTET" <nicolas.boutet at geosys.com> wrote:
I’m using MapServer 6.0.1 in conjunction with GDAL 1.8 (Tamas binaries) with IIS 7.5, and I get an issue while using runtime substitution.
I have a LAYER where the data source if defined like this :
CONNECTION "OCI:…/…. at gti5500"
DATA "SELECT idblock, entitiesMbr
WHERE idblock = %idBlock% "
Please note that there is a space character at the end of the SQL statement, after the variable to substitute.
All is working fine while the space is still here.
If I remove it, I get an Error 500 from the Server and the Windows Application logs register an error in the MSVCR100.dll module.
Of course, the layer contains also a validation block like this:
It seems that this is a bug in variable substitution. Can you confirm this? Have you already observe this kind of issue?
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