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Re: InstantDB: integer or char() error


Hi Pete,

it works
thank you

but coudn't you change the term TEXT("002") to "002" where the string is
recognized by help of apostrophes

jens panse

PS : another tiny problem: in the syntax list all statements are finishhed with ;
but using it in an INSERT statement (DBBrowser) leads to:
    java.sql.SQLException: insert into  test (name) values ("test_1");
 Don't understand SQL after: ";"
 Expected: "}" found: ")"


Peter Hearty schrieb:

> Jens
>
> One possibility would be to use the TEXT("0002") expression. That might
> work, but it's non-standard syntax.
>
> Pete

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