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How to save a query using rdo technology?
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Dim dbsYourDB As Database
Dim qdfTemp As QueryDef


Set dbsYourDB = OpenDatabase"Northwind.mdb")

Set qdfTemp = dbsYourDB.CreateQueryDef("NewQueryDef", "SELECT * FROM YourTable")
            
dbsYourDB.Close
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I want to save a query using rdo not DAO object, and this query should be stored in the database for future refence.
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No can do.
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