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More Where

Thread began 12/20/2011 9:53 am by Cologne | Last modified 12/20/2011 12:00 pm by Jason Byrnes | 564 views | 1 replies |


More Where


I asked it years before and cant find it.

I need 2 more WHERE in my Insert.

Insert * WHERE id=1 AND flag=1 AND user=$userID LIMIT 1

Where do I put this extension to the insert in database?

ps. I would like to have this in an DA Update :-)))


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

a where clause is not used in a n insert statement.

insert statements are not conditional. they insert a new record to a database, the format of an insert statement is:
(column1, column2) VALUES('value 1', 'value 2')

a where clause is used on the update statement:
UPDATE tableName SET column1='value' WHERE ID='1'

DataAssist does not offer support for multiple values in the WHERE clause of an update statement, you will need to hand code

you can add your feature request to the wishlist forum to have this considered for an update to data assist, but there is no guarantee it will be added.

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