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Hi,

I've copied some tables from dbase to oracle and I am trying to validate the tables.  There are some deleted rows in dbase that show up so I "set deleted on".  This shows all the non-deleted rows in the table, however the record count doesn't change.  Is there a command that counts the non-deleted rows in dbase?  I've tried ? reccount() and ? recno(), but it includes all records.

Regards,
Gladys
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COUNT FOR DELETED()
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And the converse, Count for .NOT. DELETED() .

The two together should equal RECCOUNT().
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Thanks Carl for your help.
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You're welcome.
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