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From:Martijn Tonies Date:October 24 2006 6:29am
Subject:Re: Does 'insert' return a value?
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> No,I mean the position of the recorde in the table

In the SQL world, records don't have a "position" in a table.

When you request data, you will get a "resultset", not access to a table.

The resultset is derived from the actual table data.

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> 2006/10/23, Martijn Tonies <m.tonies@stripped>:
> >
> >
> >
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> > > When I insert a record into a table
> > > Does the insert return a value that where the record have been
> > > into?
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> > What do you mean by "where the record have been inserted into"?
> >
> > The physical position?

Does 'insert' return a value?黄小聪23 Oct
  • Re: Does 'insert' return a value?Chris23 Oct
  • Re: Does 'insert' return a value?Martijn Tonies23 Oct
  • Re: Does 'insert' return a value?Martijn Tonies24 Oct
    • Re: Does 'insert' return a value?Chris24 Oct