The following features are supported for the SELECT statement:
1. Using * to select all columns is supported.
SELECT * FROM Account2. Column aliases are supported.
SELECT Name AS MY_Name FROM Account3. Quoted column names are supported.
SELECT [Name] FROM Account4. The =, >, <, >=, <=,
, !=, LIKE, IN, NOT IN are supported in the WHERE Clause.
SELECT * FROM Account WHERE Industry = 'Floppy Disks';5. ORDER BY and LIMIT are supported
SELECT * FROM Account ORDER BY Industry LIMIT 106. Parameterized SELECT statements are supported.
SELECT * FROM Account WHERE Industry = @param
The RSSBus Salesforce ADO.NET Provider offers some input-only fields in the SELECT Statements. These fields, called pseudo-columns, do not
appear as regular columns in the results, yet may be specified as part of the WHERE clause. Pseudo-columns allow
access to additional features from Salesforce.
SELECT * FROM Account WHERE SOQLWhere =
The SQL Syntax for the SELECT statement has the following limitations in this version (when compared to tools like SQL Server):
- Table joins are not supported, so a query can only reference a single table in the FROM clause.
- GROUP BY, HAVING clauses and nested statements are not supported.
- Scalar or aggregation functions are not supported.
Please see the Using Cached Data section for information in using the SELECT statement in offline mode.