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The question I am referencing is http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qManageQuestion.jsp?ta=mssql&qid=20316112

It is a SQL Server question worth 300 points.

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Joe
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ComTech earned 0 total points
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Hello Joe, I have refunded your points and have deleted the question.

And your points here are not necessay, as we serve the whole community.  Those will also be refunded.

Thanks for stopping by.

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Sorry, on the 300 point question was accepted, so I manually added your 300 points into your account.

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The 300 point question in the SQL Server topic area should be taken from my account since I accepted the answer to the question. The expert answered my question and I was happy to give them the points.

Since I also posted here in the VB topic area a link to the SQL Server topic area, I wanted to be able to delete this question since it was not referenced to answer the question.

I am sorry for any confusion. I just wanted to make sure that the expert was still rewarded and my account reflected an accurate total. I believe my total should be as of today 1880.

Thanks!

Joe
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