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Working on SQL Part 2
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   11 years ago

I've finished the first couple of lessons for the Access SQL Seminar, Part 2. It's coming along nicely. I've started out by covering the basic Action Queries (update, delete, append) and how they work in SQL.

If you can think of any EXAMPLES that you'd like to see me add to the seminar (how to do specific things in SQL) please post them now. I'm always looking for great ideas to add to my lessons. Covering the "how to do something" is easy, but making INTERESTING real-world examples is always tough... coming up with the ideas. So post them here and I'll try to add them.

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Rick, I think that the practice of doing an ODBC application whouldutilixze a web server which has FrontPage installed on it, and also the client having FrontPage installed on it.  Certain issues of ODBC  have to be worked on at the server.  The rest of the site can be transferred ftp.  I am going to have to try somethings out.  CAn you show the export of data to IDC/HTX and use of it with a IIS web site?  I am using NT 4 server which has old version of IIS that does not use IDC/HTX.  This could be another Access course on export of information to static Web pages. Read More...
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I have ODBC 2.0 manual on the shelf.  I am reading about client/server DCE (distributed computing envrnment), middleware, processing gateways, and network databases.  The processing takes effect on the server sometimes,usign ODBC 2.0.  Could you go into building more of an ODBC application.  The example they show is buffering.  There are many commands for time-out, read/write, binding rows, data types beyond text.  A review of the ODBC practices beyond a DSN would make mayy problems go away.  Raise new possibilities. Read More...
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i use queryies in sql when i have duplicate events in my diary or in email in outlook  so i export them to access and then with sql i delete the duplicates data.
i will be very happy if ou will also cover in this seminor how to find with sql duplicates (in one field or in all fields) Read More...
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