Commit 1bc13556 authored by Carsten  Rose's avatar Carsten Rose
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Manual.rst: fixed some typo in examples.

parent a46d9d30
...@@ -4727,7 +4727,7 @@ See the example below: ...@@ -4727,7 +4727,7 @@ See the example below:
:: ::
10.sql = SELECT id AS _pId, CONCAT(firstName, " ", lastName, " ") AS name FROM person 10.sql = SELECT id AS _pId, CONCAT(firstName, " ", lastName, " ") AS name FROM person
10.rsep = <br /> 10.rsep = <br>
10.10.sql = SELECT CONCAT(postal_code, " ", city) FROM address WHERE pId = {{10.pId}} 10.10.sql = SELECT CONCAT(postal_code, " ", city) FROM address WHERE pId = {{10.pId}}
10.10.rbeg = ( 10.10.rbeg = (
...@@ -6180,7 +6180,7 @@ Result: ...@@ -6180,7 +6180,7 @@ Result:
:: ::
10.sql = SELECT "Hello World<br />" 10.sql = SELECT "Hello World<br>"
20.sql = SELECT "Say hello" 20.sql = SELECT "Say hello"
.. ..
...@@ -6266,7 +6266,7 @@ Two columns ...@@ -6266,7 +6266,7 @@ Two columns
# Add the formating information as a coloum # Add the formating information as a coloum
10.sql = SELECT p.firstName, " " , p.lastName, "'<br /'>" FROM exp_person AS p 10.sql = SELECT p.firstName, " " , p.lastName, "<br>" FROM exp_person AS p
.. ..
...@@ -6292,7 +6292,7 @@ One column 'rend' ...@@ -6292,7 +6292,7 @@ One column 'rend'
10.sql = SELECT p.name FROM exp_person AS p 10.sql = SELECT p.name FROM exp_person AS p
10.rend = <br /> 10.rend = <br>
.. ..
...@@ -6344,19 +6344,19 @@ The same as above, but with braces:: ...@@ -6344,19 +6344,19 @@ The same as above, but with braces::
Two queries: :: Two queries: ::
10.sql = SELECT p.name FROM exp_person AS p 10.sql = SELECT p.name FROM exp_person AS p
10.rend = <br /> 10.rend = <br>
20.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a 20.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a
20.rend = <br /> 20.rend = <br>
Two queries: nested :: Two queries: nested ::
# outer query # outer query
10.sql = SELECT p.name FROM exp_person AS p 10.sql = SELECT p.name FROM exp_person AS p
10.rend = <br /> 10.rend = <br>
# inner query # inner query
10.10.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a 10.10.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a
10.10.rend = <br /> 10.10.rend = <br>
* For every record of '10', all records of 10.10 will be printed. * For every record of '10', all records of 10.10 will be printed.
...@@ -6364,33 +6364,33 @@ Two queries: nested with variables :: ...@@ -6364,33 +6364,33 @@ Two queries: nested with variables ::
# outer query # outer query
10.sql = SELECT p.id, p.name FROM exp_person AS p 10.sql = SELECT p.id, p.name FROM exp_person AS p
10.rend = <br /> 10.rend = <br>
# inner query # inner query
10.10.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a WHERE a.pId='{{10.id}}' 10.10.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a WHERE a.pId='{{10.id}}'
10.10.rend = <br /> 10.10.rend = <br>
* For every record of '10', all assigned records of 10.10 will be printed. * For every record of '10', all assigned records of 10.10 will be printed.
Two queries: nested with hidden variables in a table :: Two queries: nested with hidden variables in a table ::
10.sql = SELECT p.id AS _pId, p.name FROM exp_person AS p 10.sql = SELECT p.id AS _pId, p.name FROM exp_person AS p
10.rend = <br /> 10.rend = <br>
# inner query # inner query
10.10.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a WHERE a.pId='{{10.pId}}' 10.10.sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a WHERE a.pId='{{10.pId}}'
10.10.rend = <br /> 10.10.rend = <br>
Same as above, but written in the nested notation :: Same as above, but written in the nested notation ::
10 { 10 {
sql = SELECT p.id AS _pId, p.name FROM exp_person AS p sql = SELECT p.id AS _pId, p.name FROM exp_person AS p
rend = <br /> rend = <br>
10 { 10 {
# inner query # inner query
sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a WHERE a.pId='{{10.pId}}' sql = SELECT a.street FROM exp_address AS a WHERE a.pId='{{10.pId}}'
rend = <br /> rend = <br>
} }
} }
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