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Old June 12th, 2003, 11:46 AM
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Default Forums Module using Access?

I'd like to use the Forums module but don't have a SQL Server to use. I have no problem recoding to standard SQL queries, but can't find info on all the stored procedures listed in the book. Is there a listing somewhere that shows the details of all the stored procedures used in the Formus module? Thx.

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Hi fieroguy -

I'm not certain if you found it already by now, but there is a master file included in the complete code download which contains nearly all (if not all) the SQL type stuff used in the site. IIRC it's called SQLScript or something. No wait, that's the folder it's in. The file is called ThePhile.sql. It even has all Query Analyzer SQL you need to automatically create all the tables... Great of them to include it!

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Thanks, Allen, that's exactly what I was looking for. Now where did I put my 'SQL for Dummies' book . . .

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