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Dictionary.AddSQLRecord

Adds values from a record to dictionary via SQL.

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Dictionary 7.4 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

MBS( "Dictionary.AddSQLRecord"; DictionaryRef; Keys; SQL Statement; FileName { ; Params } )

Parameters

Parameter Description Example value
DictionaryRef The reference number to the dictionary as returned by Dictionary.Create function. $dic
Keys The list of keys for the dictionary.
Could be the same as the field list.
"FirstName¶LastName¶Company"
SQL Statement SQL Statement as a Text string
FileName The target database name. Can be empty to not limit query to one database. ""
Params Optional
Optional, pass here parameters. One parameter to this function for each parameter you want to pass to the SQL statement.
123

Result

Returns OK or error.

Description

Adds values from a record to dictionary via SQL.
From the result set, the first record is used for values and given key list for the keys.
Returns error in case of SQL error with error message.
As we only use first record, you can use FETCH FIRST 1 ROWS ONLY in the SQL command to only query first record.

This function is currently only supported for FileMaker 11 and newer. If you need it for older versions, please contact us.

Examples

Query record and get JSON:

Set Variable [ $dic ; Value: MBS("Dictionary.Create") ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "Dictionary.AddSQLRecord"; $dic; "Vorname¶Nachname¶Firma"; "SELECT Vorname, Nachname, Firma FROM Kontakte"; "Kontakte") ]
Set Variable [ $json ; Value: MBS( "Dictionary.ToJSON"; $dic ) ]
Set Variable [ $r ; Value: MBS( "Dictionary.Release"; $dic ) ]

See also


Dictionary.AddSQL   -   Dictionary.AddSQLRecords

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