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The DBI documentation includes $sth->Statement which will give you the text passed to prepare. If you can work out which statement handle to use :(

Or there's the ShowErrorStatement attribute, which might do what you want, without needing a custom error handler:

"ShowErrorStatement" (boolean, inherited) NEW
This attribute can be used to cause the relevant Statement text to be appended to the error messages generated by the "RaiseError" and "PrintError" attributes. Only applies to errors on statement handles plus the prepare(), do(), and the various "select*()" database handle methods. (The exact format of the appended text is subject to change.)

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In reply to Re: DBI HandleError statement display by tommyw
in thread DBI HandleError statement display by axelrose

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