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Language: SQL
Expertise: Beginner
Apr 1, 1997

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Executing SQL by attaching code to click() method

Question:
Power Objects to Oracle 7 server query...

I thought this would be straightforward. I have a simple query to perform when the button is clicked -- find and load info. on this id.
code attached to click() follows:

exec sql at session# select * from tablename where
id = some id #
It does nothing, and returns no error, yet the initial form load shows everything with the scroll. Can you suggest anything?

Answer:
I'm not sure what you mean by "returns no error." The EXEC SQL command never returns an error -- you have to explicitly use the SqlErrCode to find out if it executed correctly.

It sounds like you are trying to use the EXEC SQL command to populate objects on a form. You can't do that with the EXEC SQL command.

Try binding the objects to the table and setting the DefaultCondition to apply your selection condition.

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