SQL Row

The SQL Row command executes an SQL query to select data and writes the first record found to an object variable.

SQL Connection
Provide a variable name with the SQL connection identifier. This variable must be defined in the SQL Connection command.

SELECT Statement
Specify an SQL SELECT query to retrieve a record from the database. If the query finds more than one record, the first record is returned. If the query finds no records, an error will be returned.

1select * from #dbtable# where id=1

Parameters.
It is recommended to use parameters when using values ​​in an SQL query.

For example, you need to add one parameter when using this query. You can use #varname# variable substitution in parameter values.

1select * from #dbtable# where iduser = ?
1#iduser#

Result Variable
Specify the name of the variable to which the resulting associative array with column values ​​will be saved.

1#item.name#
2#myrec.count#
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