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I need to create a view in access with parameter

Posted on 2006-11-22
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Hello guys,

I need to create a view in access with parameters, I am trying to do this with Tadoquery but I am having an error that informs that parameter in view is not
possible. In access I have view with parameters, so it is perfectly possible.

How to do that?
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Question by:hidrau
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by:mikelittlewood
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I didn't think that this was possible.
As far as I always knew, views don't expect parameters.
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by:hidrau
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But I have a view with parameter in access and when I call it in my tadoquery, I open the parameters and it is there
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I think my problem is why you would want to have a view with parameters anyway.
Its not quicker than using a standard query to the database as the view wouldnt be prepared with undefined SQL anyway.
Wouldnt you be better off just doing a query to the originating tables, or creating a view without the parameter then query the view using a standard query?
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by:hidrau
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Ok, no problem now

I solved the things for another way without parameters.

to drop a view this line is correct:

drop table table1

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