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Friday, February 3, 2012

Database Adapter to handle a Custom SQL Statement

1. For executing a custom SQL Statement, select the fourth option in the below screen and click ‘Next’.

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2. In next step you have to specify the custom SQL statement to be used, for this automatically a XML Schema Definition is generated. Click ‘Finish’ button, this completes the creation of database adapter.

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3. Once you have created any Database Adapter and clicked ‘Finish’ button, we will get the below screen. It populates data for WSDL File location, Partner Link Type, and Partner Role.

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I hope it helped you guys… Enjoy Sharing…

1 Responses to “Database Adapter to handle a Custom SQL Statement”

Sridevi K said...
October 9, 2016 at 9:42 PM

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