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Am 29.07.2012 14:02, Mark Stanton wrote:
BASE's pre-processing, of MySQL at least, prevents the perfectly
legal SQL field specifier

     field1 = field2 AS ConditionName

Does it really need to pre-process, or is this more a shortcoming of
its pre-processing?



It works when you turn off the parser ("direct SQL" mode) but then you don't have an editable record set anymore.

I wish they would drop all the pre-processing and the extremely stupid query designer.

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