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Queries list of parameter names.

Component Version macOS Windows Linux Server iOS SDK
SQL 5.1 ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes ✅ Yes
MBS( "SQL.GetParamNameList"; Command )   More


Parameter Description Example
Command The command reference number gained with SQL.NewCommand. $Command


Returns list or error.


Queries list of parameter names.


Create a command, fill parameters and query names and values list:

# Create command for insert
Set Variable [$Command; Value:MBS("SQL.NewCommand"; $Connection; "INSERT INTO 'Test' (FirstName, LastName, Birthday, NumberOfOrders, TotalSales) VALUES (:1,:2,:3,:4,:5)")]
# now fill some parameters
Set Variable [$result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetParamAsText"; $Command; 1; SQLite fun::FirstName)]
Set Variable [$result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetParamAsText"; $Command; 2; SQLite fun::LastName)]
Set Variable [$result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetParamAsDate"; $Command; 3; SQLite fun::Birthday)]
Set Variable [$result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetParamAsNumber"; $Command; 4; SQLite fun::NumberOfOrders)]
Set Variable [$result; Value:MBS("SQL.SetParamAsFloat"; $Command; 5; SQLite fun::TotalSales)]
# query list of parameter names:
Set Variable [$ParameterNames; Value:MBS("SQL.GetParamNameList"; $Command)]
# query list of parameter values:
Set Variable [$ParameterValues; Value:MBS("SQL.GetParamValueList"; $Command)]

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This function is free to use.

Created 8th April 2015, last changed 8th April 2015

SQL.GetParamName - SQL.GetParamOption