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How can I get the contents of my query with mysql.au3?

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I have these scripts which seem woking until I try to display the query contents of a table of my SQL database (I use the latest AutoIt version):

#include "mysql.au3"

_MySQLConnect ($UserName, $Password, $Database, $MySQLServerName)

$SQLCode = "SELECT * FROMTable1WHERE Col1 = '2012-12-30' "

$result = _Query ($SQLInstance, $SQLCode)

The result return 0 = successful

However, I can't get the contents of my query, I did try to use:


_MySQLConnect ($UserName, $Password, $Database, $MySQLServerName)

$SQLCode = "SELECT * FROMTable1WHERE Col1 = '2012-12-30' "

$TableContents = _Query ($SQLInstance, $SQLCode)

With $TableContents

While NOT .EOF

FileWriteLine("c:\test.txt",.Fields("Description").value & @CRLF)




- But it shows error: ==> Only Object-type variables allowed in a "With" statement.:

B)_SQLExecute ($SQLInstance, $SQLCode) ... but the mysql.au3 doesn't have this function

*) Someone can help me somehow to get the results from my query? :sweating:

Thanks for any help or advice.

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