This is an IDE issue. If I run my queries from the command line, all is good. Sorry for the confusion. It is when I run my queries through my Rubymine IDE that I am getting exceptions thrown. I need to investigate what version of Sqlite is being implemented.
Something learned is always a good experience, dvn On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 8:28 AM, Don V Nielsen <donvnielsen at gmail.com> wrote: > The syntax "WITH p AS (SELECT 1) INSERT INTO t(x) SELECT * FROM p;" throws > the same exception: "[2015-10-13 08:20:22]  [SQLITE_ERROR] SQL error or > missing database (near ")": syntax error)" > > > > On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 8:17 AM, Clemens Ladisch <clemens at ladisch.de> > wrote: > >> Don V Nielsen wrote: >> > I'm struggling to implement an INSERT statement that get's is values >> from a >> > CTE. >> > >> > insert into vo_crrt_pieces (recid) >> > values ( >> > with >> > pkg_controls AS ( >> > SELECT * FROM d_pkg WHERE pkg_level = 'CRD' >> > ) >> > -- select pieces that meeting pkg and pkg_level minimums >> > , min_pkgs_met AS ( >> > ... >> > ) >> > SELECT recid >> > FROM addresses [c] >> > JOIN min_pkgs_met [a] ON a.zip = c.zip AND a.crrt = a.crrt >> > ) >> >> Without the database schema, this is impossible to test. >> >> A CTE is allowed where a SELECT is allowed, so you have to use the >> SELECT form of the INSERT statement: >> >> CREATE TABLE t(x); >> INSERT INTO t(x) SELECT 1; >> >> INSERT INTO t(x) WITH p AS (SELECT 1) SELECT * FROM p; -- or: >> WITH p AS (SELECT 1) INSERT INTO t(x) SELECT * FROM p; >> >> >> Regards, >> Clemens >> _______________________________________________ >> sqlite-users mailing list >> sqlite-users at mailinglists.sqlite.org >> http://mailinglists.sqlite.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users >> > >