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Backslash inserted before apostrophe
Posted by: Arnaud Velard
Date: March 13, 2013 01:27AM

Hello.

I discovered MySQL for Excel last week which is just what I need.

But I have a small problem.

When I edit a table with an expression containing an apostrophe, a backslash is inserted before it.
For example : "Arrêt d'urgence" becomes "Arrêt d\'urgence" in the table after I commit.

I noticed by clicking on Show details in the box validating the operation that the following is executed :
"001: UPDATE `test`.`liste_defauts` SET `LIBEL_DEFAUT`='Arrêt d\\\'urgence variateur' WHERE `ID`=19;"
(Three \ before the ')

Best regards.

Arnaud

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