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Creating a QUERYDEF in dBASE Datasource

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hi there,

I just want to ask for help on creating QUERYDEFS using codes in a dBASE datasource. Can i have a sample code?

thanks in advance

brandon
 
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dBase does not support querydefs.  You save the SQL as text, read it in and execute it.
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