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Use SQL functions in Free Form Conditions 5 months ago #2184

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Hi, is it possible to somehow use SQL functions (such as POW) in Free Form Conditions?

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Claes
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Re: Use SQL functions in Free Form Conditions 5 months ago #2185

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Class,

You can use SQL expressions in the advanced screener or when building advanced variables. However, the basic screener and free form conditions do not accept SQL formulas.

Re: Use SQL functions in Free Form Conditions 5 months ago #2186

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That's a quick reply

Yes, as I thought then. Using Advanced Variables unfortunately adds the "copy-paste-effect" which makes it a bit hard to maintain. It would be really neat if Advanced Variables just pointed to included variable references as Simple Variables and Free Form Conditions do, but I guess that would mean a major rewrite.

Anyhow, thanks for quick support and a really great tool!
Claes
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