CRPence on Frida, 15.3 2013 18:06 wrote:
On 15 Mar 2013 07:54, Anderson, Kurt wrote:
<<SNIP>>That specification "Indicates the column is not visible in SQL
One thing I learned about was being able to have my SQL table
automatically set the last change timestamp field w/o me doing it.
ChgDate TIMESTAMP FOR EACH ROW ON UPDATE AS ROW CHANGE TIMESTAMP NOT NULL
I had Insert into BillAgentP Values(:ds_Insert);
Where ds_Insert is a Qualified DS defined like the file. But now
that doesn't work b/c it doesn't like that I'm updating ChgDate.
statements unless it is referred to explicitly by name. For
example, SELECT * does not include any hidden columns in the
result." Perhaps the DS defined with the external TABLE honors [or
should honor] that?
But if he defines an external data structure all columns (implicitly
hidden or not are included) and when reading a record with SELECT *
you'll get huge problems! <<SNIP>>
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