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Fix segfault with expression bindings on database backends #5161

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@mkofahl mkofahl commented Sep 8, 2015

In some situations, attribute bindings may cause a segmentation fault, when executing multiple MapScript operations, e.g. queryByPoint() followed by draw() on the same layer. This is because the expression is tokenized only once - when uninitialized. In case of an attribute binding, the token bindval index points to the sql column-index built from the list of required attributes, in case of queryByPoint() all attributes are requested. A possibly following draw() will reduce the number of attributes to be queried from the database, so the column index in the resultset changes, but the expression token is still the same.

The fix is to free the expression object, when msLayerFreeItemInfo() is called, which is currently done at LayerClose() only.

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mkofahl commented Oct 20, 2015

@tbonfort Looks good to me now.

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tbonfort commented Feb 24, 2016

@sdlime can you please check this is OK for 7.0.1 ?

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sdlime commented Dec 1, 2016

Thomas: Missed this one. Ok to include IMHO... --Steve

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tbonfort commented Dec 5, 2016

Applied to branch-7-0 in 7413952

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