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undo queery execution

Posted on 2007-03-20
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When you insert,update a table usind dynamic queery (on the fly)
how do you undo the changes if you do not like them?
What is a good practice?
Sorry,I am a newbie...
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ziolko earned 50 total points
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simplest answer is update, delete values that you dont like and replace them with right ones.

try to be more specific, what are you trying to do, theres no universal solution, like Ctrl+Z

ziolko.
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