KSQL_STMT_ALLOC(3) Library Functions Manual KSQL_STMT_ALLOC(3)

allocate a statement on a database connection

library “ksql”

#include <sys/types.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <ksql.h>
enum ksqlc
ksql_stmt_alloc(struct ksql *sql, struct ksqlstmt **stmt, const char *sqlstmt, size_t id);

The ksql_stmt_alloc function allocates a SQL statement sqlstmt on a database connection sql previously opened with ksql_open(3). It must be matched by a call to ksql_stmt_free(3). Upon success, this will fill in the stmt pointer. The id is used to identify the statement in error messages and should uniquely identify the statement.
If a non-empty cfg->stmts structure documented in ksql_cfg_defaults(3) is passed to ksql_alloc(3) or ksql_alloc_child(3), the stored statement is looked up by id and the sqlstmt value is ignored. If id is not a valid index of cfg->stmts.stmtsz or if the current role does not permit access to the statement, an error message is emitted on stderr and the program is immediately terminated.
The ksql_stmt_alloc function handles a locked database (specifically, SQLITE_BUSY, SQLITE_LOCKED, or SQLITE_PROTOCOL) by sleeping for a random interval, then trying again infinitely.

This returns KSQL_MEM on allocation failure, KSQL_NOTOPEN if the database isn't connected, or KSQL_DB if there were errors invoking sqlite3_prepare_v2(3), otherwise KSQL_OK on success.

April 5, 2018 OpenBSD 6.4