I don't know if the following link can solve your problem,
but maybe it gives you an idea:
(How-To: Creating a new record with subrecords in MySQL)
> I'm struggling to migrate an application from Zope/PostgreSQL to Zope MySQL
> (Why ? - because I've got a kind offer of free hosting if I use MySQL).
> MySQL offers a limited set of features and is missing, among other things,
> the ability to use subqueries - so for example in PostgreSQL you can say
> update note set notes =<dtml-sqlvar notes type=string>
> where note_id =
> (select note_id from artist where <dtml-sqltest artist_id type=int>)
> and in MySQL you can't.
> If you were working in a traditional programming environment you could
> overcome this by splitting the above into two parts - a select to retrieve
> the value of note_id from the artist table followed by an update of the
> note table using the returned value of note-id.
> For example
> select note-id into note-id-var from artist where artist-id = 23;
> update note set notes = 'asdasda' where note-id = note-id-var;
> The problem is that in Zope I believe you can't use a returned value within
> an SQL Method, so the above code would fail. The only way I can see to do
> the above is to have two separate SQL Methods, one for the select,
> returning the note-id-var and another for the update. This is very clumsy.
> I was wondering if anyone could tell me if there was a better way.
> Many thanks
> Richard Moon
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