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I will use a MSSQL6.0 database in Delphi3. I have made the database in MSSQL. When I use the database wizard I cannot find the table I have created in MSSQL. I only see tables with for me unknown names like dbo......
What do I wrong????
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Scones,

You didn't do anything wrong. The table names are prefixed with dbo. because it was the "default" person that created them. Not to worry. Even though your TTable components use the .dbo prefix you don't have to do the same in your SQL components. In other words, it's a non-event. The tables ARE showing up, but they are just prefixed with dbo. (the creator of the tables).

Good luck with you project!
Pegasus
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Thanks for the info. It's working fine now.
Anton scones@tref.nl
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