kandi X-RAY | SimpleSQL Summary
kandi X-RAY | SimpleSQL Summary
Simple NON Standard SQL Parser
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Main entry point for parsing
- Get the column
- Convert a projection to a SQL ColumnDef
- Get the projection
- Getter for tokens
- Set the start key values
- Set the key values
- Create a new table
- Write the value to a byte array
- Adds the cell to the secondary table
- Select table
- Reads a Java value from the input stream
- Builds a key writer reader
- Create new rows
- Get the key column values
- Make a deep copy of this cell
- Initialize HBase
- Visit the table
- Add buffered to buffer
- Returns a binary representation of this table
- Execute a select
- Main entry point
- Get tokens
- Entry point
SimpleSQL Key Features
SimpleSQL Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on SimpleSQL
I'm trying to get Slick set up to access a MySQL database, and having a bit of trouble. I've put together the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-07 at 09:44
The way Slick composes SQL, and how fields are quoted or not, is controlled by importing a "profile". There's a different profile for each relational database.
One possibility is that you may see this error if you have imported the incorrect Slick profile.
For MySQL, you should have an import in your code equivalent to:
I have been trying to execute an update query for my PostgreSQL database using Anorm with Play Framework 2.6 in Scala. The query works fine in pgAdmin so I am not sure what is going wrong here. I only want to update a specific column of an entry. The wordlistcollection table holds 3 columns: id, title and createddate.
I have tried using both
executeUpdate() as well as adding all required columns but without any success.
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-25 at 18:02
So, turns out I did two things wrong. As @cchantep pointed out, there should not be single quotes surrounding a string when using string interpolation for building up your SQL queries. Removing these quotes fixed the problem.
I am developing an AR application in Unity and we are using the SimpleSQL SQLite plugin for our local database.
This is all working well when building for windows and also when building for ODG R7 AR glasses or my Samsung Galaxy S7 (both Android OS although the ODG is not an Android certified device). But when I install and run the APK on the Moverio BT-300; the application loads but cannot find the DB. For instance the buttons and images which normally load from the DB do not load. The images appear as white squares instead.
My first hunch was that it was something to do with the application.persistentdatapath and that this may somehow be different on the Moverio. Although I'm not entirely sure where SimpleSQL stores its data. I know that it makes a copy of the database that I have created at runtime but I don't know where that is stored. I assume that something on the Moverio headset is blocking the apps access to the required folder where the SimpleSQL SQLite DB is stored.
I have contacted Epson support in relation to this numerous times now and had no response.
Any help is much appreciated!...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-10 at 19:50
In the end the solution was to use SQLite4Unity3d
It works on all our devices.
I have a simple function that I'd like to call using postfix notation...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-27 at 20:57
There is no such thing as postfix notation for bare methods, only method calls on named objects (with identifiers). There is also infix notation for method calls on objects with single parameters.
Here are the ways you can use postfix and infix notation with methods:
I am getting that error and I've tried to fix it, but nothing....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-11 at 20:33
No value specified for parameter 1
You get this error, because you don't specify values to
:data, :nrdays, :nr, it should be something like this :
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You can use SimpleSQL like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the SimpleSQL component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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