<dbstatement>

Purpose The <dbstatement> statement is used to execute a SQL statement on a database via a created connection. This first implementation of the Superx++ run-time engine for Microsoft Windows uses an ODBC connection for this.
Format <dbstatement connection="{conn name}">
   <parm type="{parm type}" name="{parm name}">
      {parm value}
   </parm>
   <sql>{sql stmt}</sql>
</dbstatement>
{conn name} the name of the connection object to be used for the execution of the SQL statement
{parm type} (optional) the datatype of the parameter to be substituted into {sql stmt}
{parm name} (optional) the name of the parameter to be substituted into {sql stmt}
{parm value} (optional) the value of the parameter to be substituted into {sql stmt}
{sql stmt} the SQL statement to be executed on the database
Example #1 <dbstatement name="MyDbConn">commit;</dbstatement>

performs a COMMIT statement on a database via the connection MyDbConn that was created using the <dbconnect> statement.