[OT] Table Creation Syntax + Visual SQL Query Builder // A GREAT Mac Cocoa MYSQL tool - Donationware

Bob Sneidar bobs at twft.com
Thu Jan 6 14:04:43 EST 2011

For sqLite I do something like this (keeping in mind I use sqlYoga):

    put dbconn_get("connection id", "secconn", "secondary") into theSecID -- sqlYoga
    put "SELECT tbl_name,sql FROM sqlite_master WHERE type = table" \
            into theSQL
    replace "tbl_name" with quote & "tbl_name" & quote in theSQL
    replace "sql " with quote & "sql" & quote & space in theSQL
    replace "table" with quote & "table" & quote in theSQL
    put revDataFromQuery(comma, return, theSecID, theSQL) into theSQLData

This will give me all the Create Table syntax for every table in the sqLite database I access. 


On Jan 5, 2011, at 1:50 PM, Ruslan Zasukhin wrote:

> On 1/5/11 10:57 PM, "Bob Sneidar" <bobs at twft.com> wrote:
> Hi Bob,
> Do you mean that you create table using GUI dialog,
> Then you can see SQL CREATE TABLE command?
> Well, actually mySQL itself can do this:
>    SHOW CREATE TABLE command, can produce SQL command for any existed table
> Valentina db, also can do this.
> But now I think (if you underline this) -- we can easy add such feature to
> our SqlLite plugin in Valentina Studio ...
> SqlLite itself do not have such feature, but as I know we already have such
> code in plugin ... Just we can open this to contextual-menu command I think.
> BTW2. In Valentina Studio we have cool Visual Query Builder.
> It can help produce complex SQL queries by mouse clicks only.
> And good news are that Query Builder already works for SQLite also.
> Enjoy.  :-)
>> Hey nice and it doesn't crash like the old MySQL Tools used to! I especially
>> love the "table creation syntax" which is useful for me when developing, since
>> I am not all that proficient at sql syntax.
>> Bob
> -- 
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