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Default convert macro in MSAccess to Sql Server

  Any one help me that i have a macros which generates reports in MSAccess taht i have to run in Sql Server.And one more thing i want to convert all the "queries" in MSAccess to Sql Server.
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SQL Server doesn't use macros (although the new SQL Server 2005 will support VB.NET code). You need to move them over to a VB program or vbscript.

SQL Server uses stored procedures, so copy them there. Although stored procedures have a different syntax for declaring the procedure and parameters.


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