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Message Posted: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 @ 20:25:50 GMT
In a word ... No. (maybe)
However, the only reason I can think that you might want to do this is if you have a script that first deletes the table and then creates it. (or similar)
In this case you can tell Queryman to continue (to process the remaining part of the script) after an error.
This is really intended to facilitate batch processing but you can use it at any time.
The switch is on the Query tab of the Options screen. It says "Stop query execution if an SQL error occurs". Clear the checkbox to ignore the error. (Note that you will then have to use 'Edit History' to see the result status of each statement in your query.)
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