dbSendUpdate is used to send a data-altering statement to a MonetDB database,
CREATE TABLE or
INSERT. As a convenience feature, a placeholder
? character) can be used in the SQL statement, and bound to parameters given
in the varargs group before execution. This is especially useful when scripting
database updates, since the parameters will be automatically quoted.
dbSendUpdateAsync function is used when the database update is called from
finalizers, to avoid very esoteric concurrency problems. Here, the update is not guaranteed
to be immediately run. Also, the method returns immediately.
A MonetDB.R database connection. Created using
A SQL statement to be sent to the database, e.g. 'UPDATE' or 'INSERT'.
Parameters to be bound to '?' characters in the query, similar to JDBC.
TRUE if the update was successful.
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## Not run: # connect to MonetDB conn <- dbConnect(MonetDB.R(), "monetdb://localhost/acs") # create table dbSendUpdate(conn, "CREATE TABLE foo(a INT,b VARCHAR(100))") # insert value, bind parameters to placeholders in statement dbSendUpdate(conn, "INSERT INTO foo VALUES(?,?)", 42, "bar") ## End(Not run)
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