Silverstripe Version: 4.4.1
We have a simple module which we use to allow people to run reports on their DB through their website. It simply loads up some stored SQL and runs it through DB::Query.
It works well except that we have struck an issue when using concatenation. An easy example is:
SELECT CONCAT( FirstName, " ", Surname ) as 'Name' FROM Member;
Pretty straight forward. However, when it is run via Silverstripe it returns:
[Emergency] Uncaught SilverStripe\ORM\Connect\DatabaseException: Couldn’t run query: SELECT CONCAT( FirstName, " ", Surname) as ‘Name’ FROM Member 42S22-1054: Unknown column ’ ’ in ‘field list’
Is SS doing something funky to the " " in the CONCAT function call?
Is this an SS bug?
EDIT: Putting any character in the CONCAT causes the error:
Unknown column ‘|’ in ‘field list’
Thank you for any reponse.