RE: SQL::Statement cannot parse valid Postgresql statement
> From: Terrence Brannon [mailto:email@example.com]
> On Monday, December 10, 2001, at 09:16 AM, Jeff Zucker wrote:
> > Terrence Brannon wrote:
> >> The following SQL is not parseable by SQL::Statement:
> >> INSERT
> >> INTO thot_log (thot_fk,thot_type_fk,thot_temporality_fk,date)
> >> VALUES (?,?,?,CURRENT_TIMESTAMP)
> What I have is a program which reads a SQL statement from a file.
> It parses it with SQL::Statement, then it prepares this
> statement, then does an ...parsing SQL statement
Anyone having suggestion parsing SQL statement?
It should able to parse:
BLA BALA BALA...
'abcd efg',,999, 'some \"STRING\" and \'STR2\' STR3',,,, 'abcd, def, fghi'
I'm using tr and then split by "," but it will fall when seeing comma
inside the single quote.
On Fri, 2008-05-30 at 19:24 +0700, beast wrote:
> Anyone having suggestion parsing SQL statement?
> It should able to parse:
> BLA BALA BALA...
> 'abcd efg',,999, 'so...sql statement parsing
how can i parse the where clause in an SQL::Statement object instance?
$statement = SQL::Statement->new("select 1,2,3 from table where x=y");
now when i do this:
$where = $stmt->where();
it gives me error:
Can't locate object method "where" via package "SQL::Statement" (perhaps you
got to load "SQL::Statement"?) at blah line 34.
At 07:34 PM 8/10/02 +0300, Hytham Shehab wrote:
> how can i parse the where clause in an SQL::Statement object instance?
>$statement = S...General SQL statement?
Once I have a table in SQLAnywhere 5.5.04, is there any way to generate
a SQL statement that would have created it? Someone else needs to
recreate the structure of my table and I'd like to send them a SQL
statement that they could use to do so.
One way to do it is to (for example, you need foo_table TABLE):
1) unload database (can be done from Sybase Central) into foo.sql
2) copy "CREATE TABLE foo_table" command where you need it...
Rick Charnes wrote:
> Once I have a table in SQLAnywhere 5.5.04, is there any way to generate
> a SQL stateme...SQL statement and If statement
I've problem, it's in sqlcommand it's in "where" condition, which if it's exist in sql the "ELSE" not work, and if the condition not in sqlcommand the "ELSE" appear, could someone help
selectcommand.CommandText = "SELECT Weekno FROM Weeks where Weekno='" + Weekno.Text + "'"
if i delete the condition the " ELSE " appear. otherwise it's not appear
whole code Dim myconnection As New SqlConnection("Data Source=.\SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|\football.mdf;Integrated S...wrong parsing SQL statements
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I have a complex SQL Statements like this:
pms_l...Showing parsed SQL statement?
In classic ASP, I used to be able to do a response.write(SQL) to view a parsed SQL statement. Can I do this in .NET? I'm using a SQLDataSource container and want to see what I'm passing through in my INSERT statement. All I can seem to get are @parameters.Thanks!Stace
Add OnInserting="SqlDataSource1_Inserting" to your SqlDataSource and check the InsertCommand and parameter values as shown below. Another way is to use SQL Profiler from SSMS (SQL Server Management Studio) to trace what has been passed to SQL Server.
protected void SqlDataSource1_Inserting(objec...Parsing columns from a sql statement
Hi, How I could get the name of the columns from a string
variable that has a sql statement?
"select this, that, (to_date('02-02-04','mm-dd-yy')) from
I want to obtain the column names "this", "that" and
I would suggest to use the POS and MID functions.
> Hi, How I could get the name of the columns from a string
> variable that has a sql statement?
> "select this, that, (to_date('02-02-04','mm-dd-yy')) from
>...Parsing complex datawindow SQL statements
I need to modify the where clause of a datawindow SQL expression at runtime.
This cannot be done by using the using retrieval arguments, so I need to
modify the TABLE.SELECT of the datawindow.
In PFC there is a user object that does this, but it doens't handle the
nested queries in the SELECT or WHERE clause.
I have been looking around on the internet for hints that point me in the
right direction, but I haven't found anything yet. Dipesh Panchal has posted
a reply back in december 98 stating that he has done this, but there is no
sample code nor details about the way...PARSE SQL STATEMENT (Changing Where part)
I wonder if there is a way to change the Where statement of a Sql statement withouth writing a custom code?
For instance I need to change the "select * from employees where serial>100 order by serial" to
"select * from employees where EmploymentDate is not null order by serial"
Thanks a lot
Have that portion of "where ...." in a variable and then you can concatenate it to the query string.
Like as follows:-
Dim strWhrCon as string
// then you can assign the where condition to this variable.
strsql =...Parsing a textbox for use in a SQL statement
How can I take the value of a textbox and parse out the indivdual words to use in a WHERE statement without having to result to having the user placing a special charater in between word?
I'm pulling the text out and doing the data pull in my code behind VB.net page.
you can use the string.split method and specify your own delimiter. http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.string.split.aspx or you can use the string.replace method and replace spaces with whatever character you want to delimit the words in the textbox
Do you mean something like, the us...Adding an IF Statement to the SQL Statement
I have the following tables and SQL statment which works out a league table for me from the given results.
I am now trying to add a bit more to this:
If the Walkover column = 1 then that row will be a home walkover meaning that the score will be 0(Home Score) - 0(Away Score) but the home team will recieve 3 points, and away team recieves 0 points, win column will be 1 and the played colum will be 1 as well.If the Walkover column = 2 then that row will be a home walkover meaning that the score will be 0(Home Score) - 0(Away Score) but the away team will recieve 3 po...Problem parsing SQL Statement with backslash and parameter
We are migration from Ado to Firedac (for MSSQL) and noticed that not all existing SQL starements work as before.
As an example such a statement won't work anymore (resulting in "Incorret syntax near ':'"): insert into table (field1, field2, field3) values ('test', '\\Server\Share\', :paField3Parameter).
Is there a fix or another way how to change the behaviour of the component without the need to change the SQL statements?
FireDAC by default considers '\' as an escape character. Because you are migrating
from ADO and do n...SQL Logging SQL Statement
Hi at All!!
I use ASA 7 so
I'd like to know if there is a way to logging the sql
that database server dbsrv7, receive from clients ?
I need this because a client that use odbc connection after
performing an insert into a table, the client receive the
Message: "SQL truncate". I need to know the field on the
table that generate this warning!!
Thanks in advance
The tool that does this is called "request-level logging" and in V7 you
have to enable it from the command line when you start the server, using
the -zr (and optionally -zo) c...