|ConnectionID||Specifies a connection to a data source that is defined in the Settings.
For elements connecting to relational databases, default is the first Connection element in _settings.lgx.|
|HandleQuotesInTokens||Handle Quotes in Tokens makes it possible to work with tokens, such as @Request tokens, that contain single quotes in their values. When set to True, any tokens in the Source attribute will have single quotes "doubled" so that they work within the SQL statement.
For example, imagine a SQL statement in a Source attribute like "SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE CompanyName LIKE '@Request.Name~%' ". Then, if the Name we are searching for is "Trail's Head", the SQL executed becomes "SELECT * FROM Customers WHERE CompanyName LIKE 'Trail''s Head%' ".
The default for Handle Quotes in Tokens is False.|
|ID||(Required) The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|SqlCommand||(Required) A SQL command to be executed, usually beginning with INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE. SQL commands do not return any rows.|
|SqlReturnType||Sets the return type for a Procedure.SQL element.
"RowsAffected" is useful for determining the number of rows changed by the SQL command. The supported SQL commands are UPDATE, INSERT, and DELETE.
Access this value with an @Procedure "RowsAffected" token, for example:
"FirstRow" returns the first row of a rowset returned by the SQL command. Access the values of the first row with @Procedure tokens. For example:
"RowsAffected" is the default value for SqlReturnType.|