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I really like the function for ReplaceWhereClause and the ParseSQL, however, that is a lot of code to retype. Can that be found somewhere? Thanks.
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Have you checked the code which can be downloaded from the Wrox website "http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTitle/productCd-0764559036,descCd-download_code.html"? According to their website there is a 2.39MB file available for download.

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I did download the code, but did not find the functions I was looking for. Thanks for the suggestion.
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I found procedures named "ReplaceWhereClause" and "ParseSQL" in the "basSQLTools" module in the "Chamber Application.mdb"

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Found it. Thanks so much.
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Don't you like the response you (don't) get from the authors?

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Well, I'm sure they stay busy, maybe they surf the busier newsgroups. But I really do appreciate you finding it for me. Maybe the authors would have posted after a week or something, who knows.
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I apologize for our lack of response. See the Out of Office post for an explanation. I will make a habit of checking this board at least three times a week, if not more.



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No problem. I probably was just venting my frustration over how difficult it seems to be is to get errata processed on the Wrox website (or questions answered ... readers sometimes try to answer questions, but the only ones who really know the answers are the authors).


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You have every right to vent your frustration! Unfortunately it just worked out that Teresa and I were both gone at the same time. So neither of us could really help out.

But I'm back and Teresa will be back soon. Graham's here and we'll get Armen here soon too!



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