Check the database related section of
to detect the reason for this error. In the most cases
a misformed SQL statment. Ie. using LIMIT in a SQL-Statment
for an Oracle database.
This function can not be called
This module is
EXPERIMENTAL. That means that the behaviour of these
functions, these function names, in concreto ANYTHING documented here can
change in a future release of this package WITHOUT NOTICE. Be warned, and
use this module at your own risk.
Depending on the database you will not really get
more speed compared to query(). The advantage of
limitQuery() is the deleting of unneeded
rows in the resultset, as early as possible. So this can
decrease memory usage.