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Reference of Functions and Language

Hi,

I understood the use of the select statement, but I need a confirmation, please...

1.
I can use the select statement with a not linked table too, from any table in the DB?
2.
The select statement run with data fields only, or with formula fields too?
3.
I have three tables; Table A, linked to Table B; Table B linked to Table C; I can use the select statement from the Table A to obtain the Table C data (the Tables A and C are not directed linked); is it correct?
4.
Can I receive a lot of example with a little DB, to understand better the "How to do", please?

Thanks for all
Best regards
Roberto
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  • Hello,
    Yes I know, but my question is if you have a field component browser. Because I need to communicate with a web server in local and show result directly in Ninox without going in safari.
    Thanks.
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    • Andrea
    • Andrea
    • 4 yrs ago
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    copy to the clipboard and paste it into any other program, for example in an email and in Excel.
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    • Birger H
    • Birger_H
    • 4 yrs ago
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    This would be great to have. Its on our feature request list. But nor yet available.

    Birger - Ninox Support
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    • Birger H
    • Birger_H
    • 4 yrs ago
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    You can call REST services like this:
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    http(method, url, header, body)
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    Birger - Ninox support
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    • sfink1941
    • sfink1941
    • 4 yrs ago
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    About commenting out: I just write my text between quotes ("this is my comment") and it works fine. It is also possible to write the comments between two lines containing quotes:

    "

    This is my comment 

    "

    S. Fink 

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  • Birger wrote: "We are working on a new manual..."

    Have you given any thought to releasing the manual as a NX database???

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