O$: Remove columns from a row

Christine Penner christine at ingenioussoftware.com
Tue Apr 14 16:43:15 EDT 2009


I'm not using the built in $update method. I am using a full update statement.

I have discovered that picking apart the string was easier than I 
thought it would be (simple replace()). So I just did that. Thanks 
everyone for your suggestions.

Christine

At 12:52 PM 14/04/2009, you wrote:

>On Apr 14, 2009, at 12:46 PM, Christine Penner wrote:
>
>>This row is used to put together an update statement. I either need
>>to remove one column from the row, or pick apart the string after.
>>I'm guessing the second will be easier. I have to remove a column
>>that is causing conflicts with other updates in the program.
>
>
>Have you tried $excludefromupdate? You can use this to cause a
>column(s) to not be part of the update. it is just ignored.
>
>It is something like:
>
>Calculate MyTable.$cols.ColName.$excludefromupdate as kTrue
>
>
>Scotte Meredith
>SpoMacGuy at gmail.com
>
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