Speciālie iestatījumi

Specifies the way you can work with data in a database.

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In a database window, choose Edit - Database - Advanced Settings

The availability of the following controls depends on the type of database:

Lietot SQL92 nosaukumu ierobežojumus

Only allows characters that conform to the SQL92 naming convention in a name in a data source. All other characters are rejected. Each name must begin with a lowercase letter, an uppercase letter, or an underscore ( _ ). The remaining characters can be ASCII letters, numbers, and underscores.

Izmantot atslēgas vārdu AS pirms tabulas aizstājnosaukuma

Some databases use the keyword "AS" between a name and its alias, while other databases use a whitespace. Enable this option to insert AS before the alias.

Teksta rindu nobeigumā lietot CR + LF

Select to use the CR + LF code pair to end every text line (preferred for DOS and Windows operating systems).

Append the table alias name in SELECT statements

Appends the alias to the table name in SELECT statements.

Lietot Outer Join sintaksi “{OJ }”

Use escape sequences for outer joins. The syntax for this escape sequence is {oj outer-join}


select Article.* from {oj item LEFT OUTER JOIN orders ON item.no=orders.ANR}

Ignorēt privilēģijas no datubāzes draivera

Ignores access privileges that are provided by the database driver.

Aizstāt nosauktos parametrus ar '?'

Replaces named parameters in a data source with a question mark (?).

Attēlot versiju kolonnas (ja iespējams)

Some databases assign version numbers to fields to track changes to records. The version number of a field is incremented by one each time the contents of the field are changed. Displays the internal version number of the record in the database table.

Lietot kataloga nosaukumu SELECT priekšrakstos

Uses the current data source of the catalog. This option is useful when the ODBC data source is a database server. Do not select this option if the ODBC data source is a dBASE driver.

Lietot shēmas nosaukumu SELECT priekšrakstos

Allows you to use the schema name in SELECT statements.

Izveidot indeksu ar ASC vai DESC priekšrakstu

Creates an index with ASC or DESC statements.

Būla vērtību salīdzināšana

Select the type of Boolean comparison that you want to use.

Formas datu ievades pārbaudes pieprasītajiem laukiem

When you enter a new record or update an existing record in a form, and you leave a field empty which is bound to a database column which requires input, then you will see a message complaining about the empty field.

If this control box is not enabled, then the forms in the current database will not be checked for required fields.

The control box is available for all data source types which support write access to their data. The control box does not exist for spreadsheets, text, csv, and the various read-only address books.

Ignorēt valūtas lauka informāciju

Only for Oracle JDBC connections. When enabled it specifies that no column is treated as a currency field. The field type returned from the database driver is discarded.

Izmantot ODBC atbilstošus datuma/laika literāļus

Use date/time literals that conform to ODBC standard.

Atbalsta primārās atslēgas

Enable to overrule Base's heuristics used to detect whether the database supports primary keys.

When connecting to a database using a generic API like ODBC, JDBC, or ADO, Base currently applies heuristics to determine whether this database supports primary keys. None of those APIs has dedicated support to retrieve this information.

The heuristics sometimes fails. This tri-state check box by default is set to the undetermined state, which means "apply the heuristics". If the check box is enabled, primary key support is assumed. If the check box is disabled, no primary key support is assumed.

Note that if this option is just for overruling the heuristics. If you enable the check box for a database which actually does not support primary keys, you will see some errors.

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