Re: Connector does not handle SUM(table_name.Column)
Posted by: Reggie Burnett
Date: October 29, 2004 12:37PM

The custom auth, user roles and perms would have nothing to do with successfully executing a SUM. The only complexity you have in your SQL is the extra table and I'll add that to my nunit case and test.

Concerning the ? syntax, there is no "standard" for using @ to mark parameters. SQL Server and Oracle (I guess) do it, but the OleDbClient and OdbcClient use ?. We are using ? mark since @ sign marks user variables in MySQL. We started out using @ sign, but with that the connector could not tell for sure if the following sql has parameters or not.

SET @myvar=5;
INSERT INTO mytable VALUES( 1, @myvar, @myparameter );

Now how can the connector tell which one is a user variable and which one is a parameter?

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