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|From:||Warren Young||Date:||August 13 2007 10:51pm|
|Subject:||Re: Inserting with a column that uses auto_increment|
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Jim Wallace wrote: > The insert uses the macro name as table name By default, yes it does, but section 5.4 of the user manual says: "Another feature of standard SSQLSes you might find a use for is changing the table name used in queries. By default, the table in the MySQL database is assumed to have the same name as the SSQLS structure type. But if this is inconvenient, you can globally change the table name used in queries like this..."