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icon5.gif  WHY "The type SQLRecord cannot be resolved" ? [message #726756] Mon, 19 September 2011 12:52 Go to next message
eric.tan.6508 is currently offline eric.tan.6508Friend
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Registered: September 2011
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I tried to compile the EGL file with EGL2IR XML in EDT, but got the error message like this: "The type SQLRecord cannot be resolved".

I think "SQLRecord" should be a pre-defined stereotype, and the compiler should accept it. But it seems I was wrong. What should I do to solve this problem ?

Any reply will be appreciated greatly.

the content of the file is :

Record CustomerRecord type SQLRecord
{ tableNames=[["Customer"]], keyItems=["customerNumber"] }
customerNumber INT {column = "customer_number"};
customerName STRING {column = "customer_name"};
customerBalance DECIMAL(9,2) {column = "customer_balance"};

program CustomerTest type BasicProgram

myCustomer CustomerRecord;

function main()
myCustomer.customerNumber = 1001;
get myCustomer;

Re: WHY "The type SQLRecord cannot be resolved" ? [message #735321 is a reply to message #726756] Tue, 11 October 2011 14:29 Go to previous message
Matt Heitz is currently offline Matt HeitzFriend
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Registered: July 2009
In case anyone is wondering, this question was asked and answered on the edt-dev mailing list. Here's a link to the last item in that thread http: //

The answer is "SqlRecord is not in EDT. See the SQL Data Access specification as part of bug 35573 (https: //".
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