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 ...Top Statement and INDEX= Statement in Datawindow SQL Painter
Is there any way to put TOP and INDEX statement into Sql definition in
Datawindow painter in graphical view.
I know that I can go to "Convert to Sytax" but I want to learn if there is
an option like "DISTINCT" in painter.
Select TOP 100 Name,Surname FROM Names (INDEX = INX_name)
Thanks for all
'Top 100' you can do by making the first item in the select list a computed
TOP 100 Name
I can't think of a way of doing Index.
I never use graphical mode for anything other than very simple queries (and
usually no...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...Parsing SQL Statements
Has anyone run across any code or utilities for getting information from
complex SQL statements? I want to be able to collect the table names and
column names from SQL statements with complex sub-queries. Any help or
pointers would be appreciated.
Check out n_cst_sql in the PFC. It has a function that will break up a sql
command into individual components (select,from,where,order,...) and another
that will recombine the components into a single command. One caveat about
this. When I used the 5.0.3 version, it had problems where nested sele...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...Help! How to modify the sql select statement for a nested datawindow inside a composite datawindow?
How to modify the sql select statement for a nested datawindow inside a
Would the following work?
dw_nest.Object.DataWindow.Table.Select="select employee_id from ..."
GetChild () ???
"Jun Gan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> How to modify the sql select statement for a nested datawindow inside a
> composite datawindow?
> Would the following work?
> dw_nest.Object.DataWindow.Table.Select="select e...complex sql statement
I need to get multiple values for each row in a database, then do a calculation and insert the calculation and the accountnumber related to the calculation the data, into a different column. I get an error trying it this way...there is no real identifier, it is jsut something that needs to get done per row...any ideas on how I can accomplish this?
Declare @NetCommission decimal
Declare @AccountNumber varchar(50)
Set @NetCommission = (select (CommissionRebate * Quantity)
from Account A
Join Trades T on A.AccountNumber = T.AccountNumber)
Set @AccountNumber = (select A.Ac...SQL statement in datawindow
In my Datawindow painter, I would like to use "LIKE" in the where clause of
my SQL SELECT STATEMENT, but it doesn't seem to show the correct results. I
want to show the results from the database where the input (a retireval
argument) matches anything that's entered close to that entry. I tried
something like this:
SELECT name, address, city, province, postal_code
WHERE name like '%(:name)%';
How can I use LIKE in the WHERE clause where string I am trying to match is
an input retrieval argument?
where name like '%' + :name + '%...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...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
>...Datawindow from arbitrary SQL statement
I have an SQL statement which executes fine on my host, the results of which
I would like displayed (read-only) in a datawindow.
I can't seem to define a datawindow that has as its syntax arbitrary SQL,
since the DW painter seems to want to be able to "understand" it ... that
is, my statement uses "WITH" clauses, and UNIONs, etc to the extent that is
not graphically representable.
Can I just tell the dw painter "never mind, just run the statement as is and
help me layout the results " ?
Choose Convert to Syntax, then try to ...How do I pass an SQL statement to a datawindow?
I am creating a custom query module for my application. In that module I
build the SQL statement (SELECT column1 FROM table1...), in my application,
based on the criteria the user selects. I now need to display the records
and I figured I could do that by passing the SQL to the datawindow and have
the datawindow do the retrieval and formatting of the columns but I couldn't
find any way to do that. Anyone have any ideas or suggestions?
Take a look at SyntaxFromSQL function. Look at example 2 specifically
Hope this helps
>...Getting SQL statement from Datawindow
Is there a way to get the exact SQL statement that will be generated when
dw.GetSQLSelect() returns the statment in this form ...
SELECT xx, yy FROM ...
I am trying to get the statement in this form.
UPDATE xx SET ....
INSERT INTO XXX(xxx) VALUES(xx)....
Have a look at sqlPreview event.
On Wed, 16 Jul 2003 15:52:54 +0900,
Geoffrey Sy <email@example.com> wrote:
>Is there a way to get the exact SQL statement that will be generated when