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From:John David Duncan Date:August 30 2007 5:52am
Subject:Re: NdbScanFilter with strings
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Yes, LIKE filters turn out to be pretty easy -- just use the null- 
terminated LIKE string and its length, and things should work out.



On Aug 29, 2007, at 10:42 PM, Monty Taylor wrote:

> Thanks JD. I just pushed in changes to implement this. Did you have  
> any
> luck with LIKE filters? If you haven't, I'll see if I can peek in  
> to it
> tomorrow.
>
> John David Duncan wrote:
>>
>> 5.1.20
>>
>>
>> On Aug 22, 2007, at 10:24 AM, Monty Taylor wrote:
>>
>>> Nice.
>>>
>>> What version of MySQL is this with?
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>
>
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> Monty Taylor
> Senior Consultant
> MySQL Inc., www.mysql.com
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NdbScanFilter with stringsJohn David Duncan19 Aug
  • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsMonty Taylor19 Aug
    • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsJohn David Duncan20 Aug
      • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsFrazer Clement20 Aug
        • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsJohn David Duncan22 Aug
          • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsMonty Taylor22 Aug
            • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsJohn David Duncan22 Aug
              • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsMonty Taylor22 Aug
              • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsMonty Taylor30 Aug
                • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsJohn David Duncan30 Aug
                  • Re: NdbScanFilter with stringsMonty Taylor30 Aug