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05Oct 2017

How to Use the Execute SQL Script Step in FileMaker

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Agnes Riley Agnes Riley

Agnes is a Senior Application Developer, and a jack of all trades, master of none. While she mostly enjoys crafting pretty things and integrating different technologies, she is equally a fan of helping clients with data parsing from Excel to FileMaker. When she is not chained to her MacBook Pro, she can be found hanging off a rope in an indoor climbing gym or holding onto the handlebars on her red and white motorcycle.

Comments (4)

Tom - October 5, 2017

Nice job. Minor point of order: the calculation function is ExecuteSQL (one word). The script step is Execute SQL (two words).

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    Agnes Riley
    Agnes Riley - October 5, 2017

    Thank you, Tom. Good to hear from you. Will make the correction.

Milan Mujović - October 7, 2017

Wow, good staff. Thank you for the elaborate explanation, nice to have yet another way to avoid loops.

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Theo - February 15, 2018

Hi,

Is it possible to have a example solution ?

Thank you

Théo

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