AW: OT: First steps with Valentina ...
Tiemo Hollmann TB
toolbook at kestner.de
Mon Oct 6 10:10:26 CDT 2008
thanks for the insight, I'll get into it.
BTW, in the V4Rev_3_Reference.pdf is always a " See ValentinaSQL.pdf
for details", but I don't find a link to this pdf on your website, only a
wiki link. Could you point me to this pdf?
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com [mailto:use-revolution-
> bounces at lists.runrev.com] Im Auftrag von Ruslan Zasukhin
> Gesendet: Montag, 6. Oktober 2008 16:45
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> Betreff: Re: OT: First steps with Valentina ...
> On 10/6/08 5:02 PM, "Tiemo Hollmann TB" <toolbook at kestner.de> wrote:
> Hi Tiemo,
> > I am just making my first steps with valentina, switching from SQLite.
> > far everything works fine. I created my db, tables, filled the tables
> > datas, and now I just stuck to get the data out of the DB, because I am
> > a SQL expert. With SQLite I coded:
> > put revdb_querylist(,,gConID,tSqlSting) into tList
> > to get my selected datas as a sting. With Valentina I tried:
> > put VDataBase_SqlSelect(gDBRef, tSqlSting) into tList
> > and I get a cursor back. Now I am missing the command to get the data
> > this cursor. Or am I on the wrong lane?
> In V4REV API Reference.pdf you can find description of class Vcursor.
> It have many methods as
> NextRecord(), Last, First... PrevRecord()
> It also have method as GetRecordsAsString(), so you will get back all
> records of cursor as single string with the specified field and line
> And as I remember exists method similar to revdb_querylist() which return
> string of records without cursor at all.
> Best regards,
> Ruslan Zasukhin
> VP Engineering and New Technology
> Paradigma Software, Inc
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