On Monday 23 May 2005 04:07, Faber wrote:
> How can I use SQLObject in order to represent a table with multiple
> fields as primary key? Such as:
> CREATE TABLE Test (
> First VARCHAR(20) REFERENCES OtherTable,
> Second VARCHAR(50),
> PRIMARY KEY (First, Second)
I refresh the question, because SQLObject is not usable on these contexts; =
can't use the set() method because SQLObject does a WHERE clause only on=20
the first column.
Please tell me if I can avoid this or if I have to build my UPDATE SQL=20
Thank you ^__^
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