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Disable parentheses for SQLFunctionExpression when no parameters #35

hisystems opened this Issue Mar 15, 2012 · 1 comment


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hisystems commented Mar 15, 2012

Some system functions that have no parameters should not be passed with empty parentheses i.e. FUNCTION(). They should instead by passed without parentheses. Provide an option so that the parentheses are included as this may be required on particular database systems. By default, if no arguments are supplied then the parentheses should not be included.

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hisystems commented Mar 15, 2012

Add property to SQLFunctionExpression called IncludeParenthesesWhenArgumentsEmpty which is false by default.

@hisystems hisystems closed this in 691500c Mar 22, 2012

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