Is there a proper, up to date reference on the SQL that Ninox uses anywhere that doesn’t involve picking through sample apps? I’m a MySQL user mainly (I’ve used some MS SQL and ages ago, Access). This doesn’t look like any sql I’ve ever used.
codycoder, You can find the language reference here...
You've got me curious. When you say "flavour", are you referring to the database engine?
Sort of. This article says it better than I can:
Ninox's SQL reminds me of somtnkbg called "linq" in Microsoft's work. It's an attempt to turn sql statements which are "string litterals" in programming vernacular into more an object oriented syntax. Even that isn't a great explaination.
Take this example from Ninox's documentation:
sum((Invoice where Status = 2).Amount)
sum(Invoice[Status = 2].Amount)
This shows two different ways to sum the invoice where the invoice Status is 2
In mySQL for example this would be expressed as:
SELECT SUM(Amount) as Amount FROM Invoice WHERE Status = 2
Here's a link that has a response from Ninox support...
I have to say I prefer the less verbose syntax that Ninox offers!
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