How to create a record

In the previous example we were trying to append a symbol to a record called 'myrecord'. Let's see how to create this record. We can do this conveniently through make_record(): ? select make_record('myrecord','test') -204 How does this new record, which only has a title and a format, look like: ? select send_full_record(-204,1) -204 63 -201 … Continue reading How to create a record

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Structure of the node table 3: more about symbols

In the previous example we saw a symbol and discovered that a symbol is similar to an  entry of the node table: ? select show_symbol(-170): i a d n t u -170 53 1 0 1355779205 admin #Unid default set ? select * from unid_symbol where i = -170 a    d    i    n    t    u   … Continue reading Structure of the node table 3: more about symbols

Structure of the node table 2: symbols

From the previous example we can extract ids that bear the function show_symbol. ? select show_record('unid_home') show_record('unid_home')        : i a d n t u -195 59 -195 -196 1355779205 admin -196 -170 -195 -198 1355779205 admin -198 -197 -196 -200 1362506937 admin -200 -199 -198 0 1365953523 admin Within records, the column named a … Continue reading Structure of the node table 2: symbols