MSSQL LIKE and IN statements in ADO problem

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Wed Jan 18 18:52:05 CET 2006


Raja Raman Sundararajan wrote:
> Yes, the statement you tried is a valid statement
> also
> 
>>>>name = "%'WAITFOR DELAY '00:00:03'--%"
>>>>"SELECT * FROM tb_name WHERE firstname LIKE '%s'" % name
> 
> is also valid.
> My question is how to use the LIKE statements using ADO.in python
> :-|
> 
Raja:

I don't use ADO at all any more, but I suspect that the answer is to 
take the search parameter provided by the user, add a "%" at the 
beginning and the end, and then use the resulting value as a parameter 
to the query.

I will shortly have to solve the same sort of problem, but in my case 
using the DBAPI. Let me know if this works.

The problem, of course, is that a query parametere can only replace a 
SQL token, not a part of one.

regards
  Steve

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