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Bug: unescaped table columns on select

Thread began 2/02/2011 2:23 pm by 0001421801 | Last modified 2/02/2011 2:51 pm by 0001421801 | 858 views | 2 replies |


Bug: unescaped table columns on select

It actually crashes DW from which I have sent in the automatic Apple/Adobe crash reports.

Generated via the Data Assist Wizard...

Unfortunately I'm having to deal with an already running database which I can't change:

The originator who wrote out the schema used "order" for one of the table columns.

That blows an error because the code generated didn't think to escape it.

$query_WADAClassroom = sprintf("SELECT id, name, `order` FROM Classroom WHERE id = %s", GetSQLValueString($Paramid_WADAClassroom, "int"));

Just in case anyone runs into that.. it didn't hit me for a few minutes, save your self some hair. :)

As a test I changed the table column name to Corder and ran the wizard again.. no crash.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

it is recommended to avoid using MySQL Reserved words when creating your data base schema for this reason.

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I know that.. the person who did the schema didn't. :) Now I can't change it..he's built an iPad app around it.. I'll have to let him know though. DataAssist should check for that though.. I thought DW did when it did it's Server Behaviors.

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