Just one quick question again about my first problem, is that a limitation
that code between begin and commit can't send back the id, or was it just a
problem about my code ?
Le 23 avril 2012 17:17, Guillaume Henriot <henriotg(at)gmail(dot)com> a écrit :
> Thank you so much for these examples, I tryed the 4th one for it's
> easiness and it works perfectly ! I'm probably going to replace it with
> your no.2 example as soon as I have time as I do agree with you about data
> and application logic.
> Thanks again,
> Le 21 avril 2012 10:26, Bartosz Dmytrak <bdmytrak(at)gmail(dot)com> a écrit :
>> there is option no. 4 (kind of extended WITH)
>> inserted_row AS (
>> INSERT INTO "tblParent" ("RowValue")
>> VALUES ('2012-01-01'::date)
>> RETURNING *
>> updated_row AS (UPDATE "tblChild"
>> SET "ParentRowId" = (SELECT "RowId" FROM inserted_row)
>> WHERE "RowId" = 123 --whatever You need
>> SELECT "RowId" FROM inserted_row;
>> I missed it in previous post.
>> This could be part of function (SELECT statement should be modified) or
>> ad-hoc query.
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