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Another SQL / Console question

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In my SQL database I have one column set to unique, if I try to enter data that is not unique I get a return code of 19. This lets me kow there was a constraint error which I can use, but what looks better is in the console it will actually say something like --> Error: column Barcode is not unique. How can I get get access to the full description of the error in my program?

Hope that makes sense??

Thanks again

Mark

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Use _SQLite_ErrMsg()


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Use _SQLite_ErrMsg()

Hi Again, and thanks again!

When I do that I get "library used incorrectly", is there a way to get what appears on the console "column Barcode is not unique"

Regards

Mark

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Well I thought I would tidy the code a bit before posting, tested it and the _SQlite_ErrMsg returned with the exact same message I got in the console. Not sure what happens in my messy code but I will have a look!

So thanks guys I can sort it from here.

Regards

Mark

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