[mso] Re: Access :VSMail mx3

Glenda,

What system are the back-end tables in?  If you have access to the tables,
your best bet would be to make your queries into a View (In Microsoft SQL
Server a view is essentially a saved query that you can access like a
table).  This would make it so all you had to do was link to the View rather
than to the individual tables.

James

-----Original Message-----
From: Glenda Wells [mailto:gwells@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 11:19 AM
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [mso] Re: Access :VSMail mx3


All three are queries James with a fourth as make-table based to get the
desired result in a static list.  The first two are select, the third is
a not-in which is then run as a make-table which is used in various
other queries and so forth.  My question is how to turn this into
something I could use over and over without having to copy the queries
from place to place.  We share data with various departments, most of
which need this bit of basic information.  So every time I create a new
db for someone's specific use, the first steps I must take is load the
ODBC tables, and run the make-table.  I'd like a snippet of code or a
module I could just grab from somewhere whenever I needed it. /g

-----Original Message-----
From: James LaBorde [mailto:jlaborde@xxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 12:38 PM
To: 'mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx'
Subject: [mso] Re: Access :VSMail mx1

Glenda,

What exactly is your question?

Are your first two queries Make Table queries and you are working off
those tables to end up with the third query?  If that is the case, you
can simply change them to Select queries and use them directly in your
third query.  I take it you are using an Outer Join and null value
criteria to come up with your third resultset?=20

Can you give us a little more detail about how you are using each of
these queries and what type of queries they are?  I am also curious what
your ODBC connection is to.  You may be able to leverage the backend to
improve performance as well.

Thank You,
James

-----Original Message-----
From: Glenda Wells [mailto:gwells@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2004 8:39 AM
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [mso] Access :VSMail mx1


Hi Access Gurus.
I'm using an ODBC connection to get certain data.

1 query selects a group with a desired status code.
1 query selects a group with a negative status code.
1 query selects a group with the desired status code that is not in the
negative status query.

My end result is the group with only the desired status.

I use this particular sequence in several databases.

How can I set this up somehow so I don't have to keep recreating it (or
copy/paste)...can it be a module?

Thanks for information, guidance or advice. /glenda


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