That is not what I need. When I push a button on a form, I need some SQL
statement(s) to be sent to the server. Is this possible?
On 1/15/2014 1:04 PM, Alex Thurgood wrote:
Le 15/01/2014 16:14, Ryan Ashley a écrit :
In Access I can runn a passthrough query to execute SQL commands on a
true DB server. Is this possible in Base? I have a MariaDB server and
want to use Base to create forms for accessing it, but need to run SQL
commands to encrypt and decrypt certain data, so linking the tables
There is an option to execute SQL directly.
>From within the main LO Base window, once an ODB file is opened, go to
Tools > SQL
If you are just carrying out a select query, you can do this via the
"Construct a query in SQL mode"
Note that only select queries are supported via the Query GUI. Use the
Tools > SQL menu entry for DDL statements. Also note that even Tools >
SQL does not replace a command line client console, so your mileage as
to what you want to actually achieve might vary.
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