Executes an SQL statement that returns one or more select sets
DBMS [WITH CONNECTION
- Name of connection to associate with the statement. If the clause is not used, Panther uses the default connection.
- SQL statement to be sent to the database engine. The syntax of the statement can be the specific to the database engine.
SQLstatement(in general, one that returns rows) by indicating to the database engine where to put return data (if any), and then tells the database to execute the SQL statement.
This command is used for statements, such as
SELECTstatements and stored procedures, that return select data. For statements that do not return data, use
For additional information, refer to Chapter 29, "Reading Information from the Database," in Application Development Guide.
DBMS QUERY SELECT title_id, name, dir_first_name, \
dir_last_name FROM titles