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MySQL 5.1 Use Case Competition: Position 4
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The GA announcement of MySQL 5.1 is close, so close that we’re seeding the mirrors (I hope you noted Giuseppe’s blog entry)! So it’s time for Position 4 in the MySQL 5.1 Use Case Competition.

4. Volker Oboda (TeamDrive Systems GmbH, Hamburg, Germany): Using the Pluggable API for TeamDrive. See Volker’s DevZone article, and

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Liveblogging: Extending MySQL by Brian ?Krow? Aker
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Liveblogging: Extending MySQL by Brian “Krow” Aker

Brian wins the award for “most frequent great quotes during a talk”.

Before MySQL 5.1 a UDF was the only way to extend MySQL.

All you need in a UDF is: init() execute() deinit()

my_bool id3_parse_init(UDF_INIT *initid UDF_ARGS *args, char *message)

UDF_ARGS tell you about incoming args
char *message is the output that might return
args->arg_count is the # of args

WARNING: use STRICT mode in MySQL, otherwise there are tons of silent failures.

“When you work on databases you start to put everything in databases. Tip, don’t put a DVD into a database, because really long BLOBs aren’t actually supported….”

In MySQL 5.1, you can now install plugins (example is



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