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I'm trying to switch a script from sqlite to sql at work to work on our network but I can find any way to get the last inserted row like "_SQLite_LastInsertRowID" everything that I try that I find in a search online says to use @@identity or scope_identity() but they return nothing at all. they say to just do a "select scope_identity()" and you'll get the last inserted row, but I just get an empty value.

this is an small example of what I'm working with.

CODE
#include "Mask\MaskMSSQL.au3"

Global $db ; databases

$db = SQL_Startup(@ComputerName & "\SQLEXPRESS", "cc") ; mssql

$value = _SQL_Execute($db, "insert into holders (name) values ('test1');")

$value = _SQL_Execute($db, "SELECT @ID")

MsgBox(0, "", $value)

Func OnAutoItExit()

SQL_Exit()

EndFunc ;==>OnAutoItExit


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What SQL UDF are you using? This one? If so you aren't using it correctly. It clearly says in the source code that _SQL_Execute returns a handle to a query. You need to call _SQL_FetchData after or _SQL_QuerySingleRow instead of _SQL_Execute.

Follow the example that is provided.

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Well now that makes a lot of sence. I guess I didn't fully read everything.

Thanks a lot


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