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Incorrect info in "Resulting SQL Map"
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steve
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Registered: May 2001
Posts: 16

The "Resulting SQL Map" for a delete statement never shows the where clause in the Admin tool. I'm using the eval version of Cocobase.

05-24-2001 01:21 PM
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admin
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Registered: Apr 2001
Posts: 19

That doesn't sound correct. Check the where clause tab to
make sure you have where clause columns defined. By default
you should have a 'possible' separate where clause for each
attribute in your map. If those are missing, then your map
wasn't created correctly. If they're there and are just not
showing up properly in the Resulting SQL Map then something
else is the problem.

If you open up CocoAdmin and connect to your database you can export your map as an XML document using the wizard available
from the File menu and email the resulting XML file to the
support@thoughtinc.com account so we can review it.

Also sometimes when maps are being created if there's a problem
in the creation an error might not bubble fully back up to the
gui - but may appear on the command console where CocoAdmin
was started from. So it's possible you encountered an error
in the database or the process of creating the map that wasn't
noticed. You might want to delete the map and recreate it to
see if any errors are being generated.

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05-24-2001 02:57 PM
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admin
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Registered: Apr 2001
Posts: 19
Fix Available

There's an update available for this issue from the
support@thoughtinc.com account. This issue is in Service
Release 9 and will be addressed in the next official
service release. In the meantime the update will solve this
for existing Service Release 9 customers.

It is in fact just a 'presentation' error. The runtime
would see the map correctly and the map editor does show
up the fields properly - but the resulting SQL isn't
consistent with the runtime.

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05-24-2001 05:39 PM
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