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Please I've captured an sql-statement form my db oracle
........FROM TN_PROJECT S ,TDM_LINKS L
WHERE ((L.OBJECT_ID2 = :1)
and (L.CLASS_ID2 = :2)

what does means "= :n" ?

thanks
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Originally posted by Bela
Please I've captured an sql-statement form my db oracle
.......FROM TN_PROJECT S ,TDM_LINKS L
WHERE ((L.OBJECT_ID2 = :1)
and (L.CLASS_ID2 = :2)

what does means "= :n" ?

thanks

It is a "bind variable". So the same query may be re-used with
different values for :1 and :2

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