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Topic: SQL statement using variable not in db
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 75615
From: wendyw
Date: 11/2/2002 10:15 AM

I need help with the following.

How do i write a query statement that needs to compare the value i just got from the web browser???

for example
the path is sth like anxiet1.pdf?alanb
I would like to use alanb in my query.

I've included my code below:

var s = this.path;
var s1 = getQueryString(s); // gets alanb from the path

var myConnection = ADBC.newConnection("Educate");
var myTables = myConnection.getTableList();
myStatement = myConnection.newStatement();

myStatement.execute("SELECT * from Doctors where Userid = 's1' "); // pulls the record for alanb into the pdf

What is the syntax to do this? Or is it not possible to do it using statement.excute?

Any help will be appreciated!!
Thanx
Wendy


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