2818[Clip] Re: Interesting Question
- Mar 1, 2000Jody <KJB1611@...> wrote:
>Hi Clint,I posted a response earlier, but probably was thinking more
> > Does anyone know if a clip can be written to query a database
> > and return the tables and the be able to read the column's out
> > of a specified table?
complicated than you really need.
If this is a job you only need to do occasionally, and don't
have to worry about the database being updated during the
process, you only need to export the table as a tab delimited
file. Then my clipbook called NoteAwk has some good tools for
extracting any fields you need from the file.
If you need to be able to give the database more advanced queries,
or work with it "live" (e.g. while it is being modified by other
programs), then you'll need to find a way to access it via a
If you have specific questions about the process, send me a
private email. I'll help if I know the answer.
Wayne M. VanWeerthuizen
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