I use "EXECUTE" inside a stored procedure for just this purpose. This is not the same 
as PREPARE/EXECUTE, it lets you send an arbitrary string as SQL within the procedure. 
You have to write the query text on the fly in the procedure, which can be a little 
messy with quoting and escaping.

Gaetano Mendola <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote ..
> Hi all,
> do you know any clean workaround at ill-planned queries inside a stored
> procedure?

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