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  • What is a query performed on a connection?
  • Properties for managing reports on data files accessed via an ODBC driver or via Native Connector
  • Limit
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What is a query performed on a connection?

An query performed on a connection is a query performed on data files manipulated via a specific ODBC driver or via an Native Connector.

When the connection is created, you have the ability to define:
  • the connection name
  • the name of data source
  • the user name and password
  • the name of database accessed (if there is more than one).
The report editor allows you to print the data coming from a query performed on a connection. All the parameters of the connection to use can be defined in the report editor or by programming with the WLanguage properties.
ODBCUserName is used to:
  • To know the name of the user used to connect to a database via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector. This name must be specified when printing a report based on a "query performed on a connection".
  • Specify the username used to connect to a database via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector. This name must be specified when printing a report based on a "query performed on a connection".
Remark: this property must be used in the opening code of report.
Example
// -- Opening code of report
RPT_Report1.ODBCConnectionName = "MyConnection"
RPT_Report1.ODBCSQLCode = "Select * FROM Products"
RPT_Report1.ODBCUserName = "MOORE"
RPT_Report1.ODBCPassword = "PSW"
Syntax

To know the user name used to connect to a database via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector Hide the details

<Result> = <Report used>.ODBCUserName
<Result>: Character string
User name defined in the report in order to connect to a database via an ODBC driver or via a Native Access.
<Report used>: Report name
Name of report to use.

Specify the username to connect to a database via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector Hide the details

<Report used>.ODBCUserName = <New name>
<Report used>: Report name
Name of report to use.
<New name>: Character string (with quotes)
User name used to connect to a database via an ODBC driver or via a Native Access. This name must correspond to the user name defined when the connection was created in the administrator of the ODBC driver or Native Access.
Remarks

Properties for managing reports on data files accessed via an ODBC driver or via Native Connector

The various properties allowing handle to display the states on data files accessed via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector are as follows:
ODBCSQLCodeAllows you to know and modify the SQL code of the query performed on a database accessed via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector.
ODBCPasswordAllows to know and modify the associated password for the user authorized to access a database via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector.
ODBCDatabaseNameAllows to know and modify the name of the database used by the query performed on a database accessed via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector.
ODBCConnectionNameAllows to know and modify the name of the connection used to handle a database accessed via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector.
ODBCUserNameAllows you to know and modify the name of the user authorized to access a database via an ODBC driver or via an Native Connector.

Limit

The Property ODBCUserName only applies to reports based on a "request made on a connection".
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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