|Subject:||Re: Converter Update
|Date:||Sun, 15 Jul 2018 05:33:00 +1000
|From:||Bernie van't Hof <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You are, of course, quite correct! Note the sql shown only responds to the first (sub) query.
But that was a couple of weeks ago.
That query, and the one preceding it, were working towards running multiple sub queries in a
transaction, but I decided
to leave that for another day. I'm a bit queried out. Both are now rejected with "Inconsistent
There were other bugs in there too. DELETE wasn't always behaving, and CALC would sometimes
add a space (e.g. CALC "" =>
SELECT ' '). These changes are largely on github now.
! support has been added, generating left and right joins. Not sure yet if its 100% correct
yet, and doesn't support
full outer joins (same as mysql).
Private tables are now in per-user databases. Keeps table names consistent. Updated many Connection
assumed default database.
Right now I'm correcting the way CHECK etc get flagged in query images. Will update github when
If I don't distract myself with more bugs/refactors/improvements etc it will finally be time
to move on to the next
major building blocks: UI, and data handling.
On 14/7/18 7:11 am, Larry DiGiovanni wrote:
> I've been reading these long enough to know the interesting stuff is at the end...
> transact | GSTAmt |
> | calc 2 *(3 + 4) |
> | calc "s" |
> Is this a valid QBE? When I create something like this, I get 'Query appears to ask two
> Larry DiGiovanni