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From Jayashree K <k_j...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: JDBC Request question
Date Mon, 14 Mar 2005 04:36:52 GMT
I assume that variable name you used is Username (I.e. U capital, both at defination n declaration
end)
 


Mike Buzzetti <mike.buzzetti@gmail.com> wrote:
Gino, I played around with your test plan, and I could not get it to
work with the newest nightly build. Basically the error is that
${Username} is not getting changed to the value of the username.

I don't know why, but I believe that is the problem. ( I am not 100%
positive since I only looked at it for about an hour)

anyone have any ideas?




On Fri, 11 Mar 2005 14:29:13 -0600, Craig S. Wilson wrote:
> Gino Gargiulo wrote:
> > The sql is fine, I sent in the same request replacing the ${Username}
> > with a value 'test' and the statement ran fine.
> >
> > Are there any samples of this where it is working?
> 
> I have user variables and property variables in JDBC SQL statements.
> 
> Examples of the SQL I use:
> 
> delete from job where job.id = media_title.id and media_title.account_id
> >= ${__property(deleteaccountjdbc.accountnamestart)};
> 
> select job_status_id from job where media_title_id = ${mtid};
> 
> Usually, when an SQL operation fails for me it is because I have some
> syntax error.
> 
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