ODBC Driver for SQL Server

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Updating Data

The following code examples show how to use data modification statements.

Procedure for Updates

You can use separate statements to execute data modification statements. Once you create the statement, you can call its executeNonQueryMethod and retrieve the number of affected rows.

INSERT

To insert updates:

db.open("...", (err) => {
    db.prepare("INSERT INTO \"SampleDB\".\"Sample\".Products(ProductName) VALUES ('Konbu')", (err, stmt) => {
        stmt.executeNonQuery((err, affected) => {
            console.log("Affected: " + affected);
        });
    });
});

UPDATE

To retrieve updates:

db.open("...", (err) => {
    db.prepare("UPDATE \"SampleDB\".\"Sample\".Products SET ProductName = 'Konbu' WHERE Id = 'Konbu'", (err, stmt) => {
        stmt.executeNonQuery((err, affected) => {
            console.log("Affected: " + affected);
        });
    });
});

DELETE

To delete updates:

db.open("...", (err) => {
    db.prepare("DELETE FROM \"SampleDB\".\"Sample\".Products WHERE Id = '22'", (err, stmt) => {
        stmt.executeNonQuery((err, affected) => {
            console.log("Affected: " + affected);
        });
    });
});

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