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Select * in table Where field IN string

Thread began 3/04/2010 10:28 pm by drostenator386534 | Last modified 3/05/2010 2:35 am by anonymous | 565 views | 1 replies |


Select * in table Where field IN string


I would like to add something equivalent to the following in my DataAssist search:

"SELECT * FROM allshows WHERE zip IN ('$zipcodes')";

I do no see an "IN" comparison in the DataAssist server behavior configuration. I already have other search criteria in there, so I would like to add the above in some way. $zipcodes is a string of comma separated zip codes derived on a separate search before hand.

Thanks for any assistance you can provide.

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One thing you could do is first run the DataAssist wizard with no filtering and then when it is finished, go to the results page and double click the server behavior for the query and then go to the advanced tab and add the WHERE clause how you want it.


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