Using Like in X++

By Becky Newell | March 16, 2013

In SQL it is common to use like when querying data.  For example, the following SQL statement queries the CustTable table for all customers that begin with '12':

select * from CustTable where AccountNum like '12%'

It is also possible to use like in X++ syntax.  The following X++ statement queries the CustTable table for the same data:

CustTable custTable;
AccountNum accountNumFilter;
accountNumFilter = '12*';
select custTable where custTable.AccountNum like accountNumFilter;

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