Sample Code: query="update mytable set myfield=:1 where somefield=:2" sql Non Select(query,'myfield','somefield')Here's some background ... cpp"; Line: 1152; Context: "Salmon:: NED:: Node Control::initialize Expert()" Uninstalling log (01/21/2011 ) ... Since I manage to extract data using "JBDC Query", I'm hoping to use "JDBC Execute" to update the records. The table has 6 fields - Id (int), Body (string), End (date), Location (string), Start (date), Subject (string)I manage to run with node without error (Green tick). Here's the query I use sql Non Select("UPDATE Appointments Set Subject=:1 where id=:2",'Subject','Id') Error Log Installing log (01/21/2011 ) ... Error: property ls.Level set incorrectly (set to 2)Error: Allowed values are Critical, Error, Warning, Info, Debug Error: Using Warning Does that help?
EXTRACT I use the "JDBC Query" to retrieve sample data TRANSFORM I use multiple different nodes to manipulate the data LOAD Update the same table using the PK I'm current stuck at the last leg (LOAD). JDBC Execute BRX Description node:4d38fc59050615bb type:binary name: OCMS v2.8. SQLQuery= query = "UPDATE Appointments Set Subject=:1 where id=:2" sql Non Select(query, Subject, Id) EOX prop:ls.java. We have seen a similar behavior when connecting to SQL Server caused by permission issues.
If you omit the WHERE clause, all records in the table will be updated!
The WHERE clause specifies which record(s) that should be updated.
Then, using methods of the SQLServer Result Set object, it inserts, modifies, and then finally deletes a row of data from the set of data.
The code file for this sample is named update RS.java, and it can be found in the following location: \samples\resultsets To run this sample application, you must set the classpath to include the file or the sqljdbc4file.
If you want to do UPDATEs, then you'll have to configure a Db Execute node. cpp"; Line: 86; Context: "Salmon:: NED:: Expr Table Io::initialize()" 2011-01-21 ; Level: 2; Type: 0; Desc: "...exception seen"; File: "\src\brain_d\ra_dev\code\source\brain\Node Control.In some cases your query might return more than one result set, in this case and to preserve the compatibility when the returned result set object is converted to pure json, the next result sets are chained to the current result set under the property When dealing with large data sets, it is not advised to use API just described but to stream data since it avoids inflating the whole response into memory and JSON and data is just processed on a row by row basis, for example: You still have full control on when the stream is pauses, resumed and ended.For cases where your query returns multiple result sets you should use the result set ended event to fetch the next one if available.The driver returns the values for each column named in the Returning clause as an output parameter.Your application must execute the Insert, Update, or Delete statement with the Returning clause using a Callable Statement object.