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Admit that your own private Mount Everest exists. That is half the battle. – Hugh Macleod Other options In the example we used pretty much the minimum number of parameters to make it work. There are more parameters and options available. For example UPDATE_CHECK. This does pretty much the same as WITH UPDATE CHECK in views. If you insert or… Continue Reading →

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Views When working with views you have several options to hide some of the data. In the article on views I have told you about the way to hide columns from the table. By adding a predicate (where clause) to the view, you can restrict the rows a user sees. This would imply creating different views for different (groups of)… Continue Reading →

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Patrick Barel on 05 June 2013 with 1 comments

Success always occurs in private and failure in full public view. – Unknown When working with views you have several options to hide some of the data. Of course there is the possibility not to select certain columns of data in the view. This way, the user of the view doesn’t even have to know this column even exists. You… Continue Reading →

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