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Multi Line Query

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Here is a simple question but I will offer 500 pts b/c I've been looking for a while and can't find the answer.

how can I create a multi line query for example in Ms Access I do this:
[Field1] & Chr(13) & Chr(10) & [Field2] as expr1

I want to recreate the same in vb.net query.
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[Field1] & vbcrlf & [Field2]

now I am not quite sure if you are referring to the access side or the vb.net side but :)
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wait you must mean the SQL side ... that is DB dependant what DB are you using ?
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I'm using SQL with a vb.net interface.
When I configure the sqlAdapter I create a query to filter the data.
thats where I want to add the multi line field...
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full example.

authors.first_name + Char(10) + Char(13) + authors.last_name AS AuthorName
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by:moralju
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Thats what I was looking for...

thanks...

fast response by the way!!!
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anytime :)
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