On 29/02/2012 16:06, Mark Stanton wrote:
Taking advice here and the French FAQ on the Wiki (now translated :-)
), I see how to use parameters in a query.
I have a query in my database that's linked to a MySQL database and
it just complains "The data content could not be loaded. No value
specified for parameter 1" with the query
JOIN<five other tables>
WHERE issues.Issue = ?Isssue_Num AND sent.sent = 1
AND textvalues.Field = 'CBOSUBTYPE'
ORDER BY FirstName, Surname
I have tried the :Parameter form, which doesn't work either.
It works perfectly well if I give a value instead of "?Issue_Num".
Any suggestions why this doesn't work?
a typo in
?Isssue_Num (3s) ?
This is LO 3.4.5, whose Base component is presumably almost exactly
the same as 3.5.
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