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I just want to let you all know that I am picking back up on a thread of mine from a few weeks ago:   http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/WebDevSoftware/ColdFusion/Q_20546693.html 

I thought the original solution would work, but now it is clear that I need to be able to save the SQL string in my DB and load it for different users as they log in. The string is the query to generate their custom-filtered list that is pulled from a different table in the same db.

Please refer to the thread above, and thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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First, I would make a new table for all the saved queries. The table would look something like this:

tableQueries
queryID Autonum
studentID Number (FK to studenttable used to link student to query)
querySrc Memo

Now define a new cfinsert:

<cfquery datasource="datasource" name="insertquery">
INSERT INTO tableQueries(student_ID,querySrc) VALUES(
'#student_ID#', strSQL)
</cfquery>
(I may be missing some quote marks, but this is the general idea)

Every time you run the strSQL, make the insertquery fire as well, by running the insertquery directly after running the dynamic query you mentioned before... Is that what you're looking for?
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No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this question.
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