The Td Command Builder generates DML statements (UPDATE, INSERT and DELETE) which are used by Td Data Adapter.
The Td Data Adapter applies changes to a Data Set (or Data Table) back to the Teradata Database.
event handler, which means it will get called for every row.
It examines the command object and, if it is the same referenced object, it essentially rebuilds the object, thereby destroying your command text changes.
Otherwise, all columns returned by the SELECT statement are added to the WHERE clause Td Command Builder will register as a listener for Row Updating events generated by the associated Td Data Adapter (Td Command Builder. Td Command Builder will generate a new DML statement and set the Td Row Updating Event Args. DML statements are generated based on the columns that are changed (UPDATE) in an updated row or columns that are inserted (INSERT) into a brand new row (Td Row Updating Event Args. Therefore, UPDATE and INSERT statements are generated for each Row Updating event while the DELETE statement is static until the next call to Td Command Builder.
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Td Command Builder can generate DML (UPDATE, DELETE and INSERT) statements for a single table SELECT statement.
Td Command Builder uses the Select Command property of the associated Td Data Adapter to retrieve column information.
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