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Description of MUSHclient world function: world.DatabaseLastInsertRowid


Name DatabaseLastInsertRowid
Type Method
Summary Returns the most recently automatically allocated database key
Prototype BSTR DatabaseLastInsertRowid(BSTR DbName);

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Description

This returns a string which is the most recent automatically allocated database key (for example, if you are using autoincrement on the primary key). Internally it is a 64-bit number, but since there is no ready mechanism for returning 64-bit numbers via the scripting interface, MUSHclient converts it to a string, and returns that.


Note: Available in version 4.40 onwards.


Lua example
last_key = DatabaseLastInsertRowid ("db")
Returns A string which is the most recently-allocated key. May be zero if there is no such key.
Introduced in version 4.40

See also ...

Function Description
DatabaseChanges Returns a count of the changes to the database by the most recent SQL statement
DatabaseExec Executes SQL code against an SQLite database
DatabaseStep Executes a previously-prepared SQL statement
DatabaseTotalChanges Returns a count of the total changes to the database

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