Is it be possible to run 'mumps' and then call a module
('do ^SOMETHING') that plays the role of an interface to
the SQL engine that comes with PIP, to enable you to
directly enter SQL statements ?
So that I could test things like
~ set sql="create table XX"
~ set sql=sql_" (name, lastname)"
~ do ^RUNSQL(sql)
or even directly type SQL statements at the 'mumps'
prompt if such a layer has been implemented ?
Is it possible, given all the mrtns/SQL*.m modules available
under PIP's root directory ?
If it's possible, could you please precisely list me all .m modules
involved ? Do you think they could be then taken by themselves
and ported to another GT.M installation to be run there as well ?
I'm desperately impatient and avid to be able to run sheer SQL
against a GT.M database (or even... to be able to execute OQL !).
Thanks a lot.
Take a look at ^SQL. This is the basic interface and is documented in the header. It allows you to pass in a SQL statement and get the result, status, etc. passed back as parameters.
You can also look at ^SQLI which implements a terminal interface. The keyboard input is based on VT-200 keys.
OK Dan thanks for your hint here. But could
you please give me some more info as to the
way to use both modules, a few examples maybe ?
(in particular for SQLI)
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