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deallocate: deallocate a prepared statement

NAME

DEALLOCATE - deallocate a prepared statement

SYNOPSIS

DEALLOCATE [ PREPARE ] { name | ALL }

DESCRIPTION

DEALLOCATE is used to deallocate a previously prepared SQL statement. If you do not explicitly deallocate a prepared statement, it is deallocated when the session ends.

For more information on prepared statements, see PREPARE [prepare(7)].

PARAMETERS

PREPARE
This key word is ignored.
name
The name of the prepared statement to deallocate.
ALL
Deallocate all prepared statements.

COMPATIBILITY

The SQL standard includes a DEALLOCATE statement, but it is only for use in embedded SQL.

SEE ALSO

EXECUTE [execute(7)], PREPARE [prepare(7)]