Preventing fatal errors on Dbo::query failure inside a QueryModel
If I have a query that's totally misformed and unparsable, I get a nice exception (error parsing SQL query).
But if it's basically correct but mistaken (selecting a column that doesn't exist, etc) Wt kills the session with a fatal error.
Is there any way to recover from this? I want to expose arbitrary SQL queries to users- this is an intranet application where SQL injection isn't an issue, and authenticated users are assumed to be trustworthy.
The query is coming into a model like this:
auto query = app->db.query<queryType>(searchEdit->text().toUTF8()); model->setQuery(query,true);
I can sidestep this by trying to run the query first but it's kind of awkward.
Wt::Dbo::Query<queryType> query = app->db.query<queryType>(searchEdit->text().toUTF8()); dbo::Transaction t(app->db); auto test = query.limit(1).resultValue(); t.commit(); model->setQuery(query.limit(-1),true);
RE: Preventing fatal errors on Dbo::query failure inside a QueryModel - Added by Koen Deforche 4 months ago
At least one way to do this is to catch the exception from within a reimplemented WApplication::notify().
Another solution is to just query the rowCount() of the model after creating it? That isn't a redundant thing to do as the size is cached anyway.