|Subject:||Re: New fields to existing table
|Date:||Wed, 4 Apr 2018 21:52:23 +0100
|From:||Roger Phil <email@example.com>
Hello Thies, and Mark, Thank you.
In the 25 years since I developed my P7 "App" I have never even looked
at SQL, perhaps I've wasted a lot of time.
Situation now is since Creators broke P7 & I've moved to P10 I've
changed quite a few features which means clients data needs to be
changed with added fields but some don't need all as with past updates
some have been changed.
Question can I use SQL to check the field structure and write needed
fields if they don't exist
e.g. if not TcFlds.locate("Field Name", "Recon") then ....
if not TcFlds.locate("Field Name", "Exempt") then......
Thies Grimm wrote:
> hello Roger,
> just use SQL
> something like
> itemSQL =
> alter Table 'myTable'
> add myNewFieldName CHAR(20)
> if not itemSQL.executeSQL(db) then
> Roger Phil <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Would anyone know if it's possible in opal to add extra fields to an
>> existing table without using enumfieldstruct to create a new table and
>> then adding records ?
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