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Old September 25th, 2003, 11:38 PM
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Default Challenge....

Here is a challenge for you...
Can you tell me where the sp_Polls_SetCurrentQuestionID stored procedure is used within thephile solution?

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It returns the currentID of the posted Question.


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All of the modules use this method to return the currentID of the appropriate object e.g. (memberID) (QuestionID) (ForumID) (SubscriptionID)..etc

If its a stored procedures look for it on the appropriate teir.
Nope not client
Nope not business
Yes data:D -
Questions Class line 145 - Function ( Return the current question's Id)

The book does a good job of explaining what is where in the early chapters.

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Thanks drfunkie
I didn't think to look in the sp_Polls_InsertQuestion stored procedure, for the sp_Polls_SetCurrentQuestionID. I've been getting rid of the pre-fix( sp_ ) to improve Sql Server performance.

keep it funkie,

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