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Receiving Several Fields In A Document With Only One Dblookup

The conventional DBLookUp allows you to receive one value (field) from a
document. You indicate the fieldname or the column-number. There is a way to
receive as many values from a document as you want. This is also a way to speed
up your applications.
Create a view with one column (i.e. column-nr 4) with the following code.



field1 + "~~" + field2 + "~~" + field3 + "~~"+ field4


lookup := @DbLookup( "" : "NoCache" ; @dbname ; viewname ; key ; 4 );

so you receive a value like this: field1~~field2~~field3~~field4

with @word now you can re-extract the values

i.e. For Field3 @word(lookup;"~~";3)

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