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Indicate that SQLSelectTableJoinConditions.Add(string, ComparisonOperator, string) is obsolete #20

hisystems opened this issue Mar 4, 2012 · 0 comments


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This function is only required for backward compatibility. All new functionality should utilise the new overloaded Add() function.

@ghost ghost assigned hisystems Mar 4, 2012
hisystems added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 4, 2012

SQLSelectTableJoinConditions objects can now be created and a collection of conditions can be added to an SQLSelectTableJoinConditions object to group a set of conditions and to ensure the sub-conditions are wrapped in parentheses and executed logically first as per the mathematical order of operations.

Removed the reference to the Friend SQLSelectTableJoinConditions.Parent property because this is not utilised by the library.

SQLSelectTableJoinConditions.Add(String, ComparisonOperator, String) is only accessible if used when the parent SQLSelectTableJoin is used and it remains only for backward compatibility reasons. Created issue #20 to indicate that this method should be marked as obsolete.
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