The Concat() function would be Concat(Name, ' ', Firstname) the column
names are not in brackets in standard SQL. This will work with
MySQL/MariaDB - I am copying it out a book.
For the second line [NAME] + " " + [FIRSTNAME] try [NAME] + ' ' +
[FIRSTNAME] often ' are used to denote a string not ".
On Fri, 12 Jul 2013 18:33:31 -0400, Jean Milot <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have a mdb file and i want to use it with LibreOffice so I need to
"translate" all the macro, form ... for LibreOffice.
But i have some difficult to do it.
For example, how to concatenate 2 field in my SQL Request.
I have tried :
- [NAME] + [FIRSTNAME] , ok but i need an espace
- [NAME] + " " + [FIRSTNAME] , doesn't work
- LTRIM( coalesce( "NAME", '' ) || ' ' || "FIRSTNAME" ) , doesn't work
- "NAME" || ' ' || "FIRSTNAME", doesn't work
- CONCAT( [NAME], [FIRSTNAME] ), doesn't work
How i can make it ???
Thanks for your help.
If someone could help me to "translate" the file, it would be nice
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