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Subj:   With statement
 
From:   Frank Martinez

Hola, amigos de la lista,

Hey, I've got a question that bugs me, but it not really critical. I remember when I first heard of the WITH clause, I thought, "This is cool", but then couldn't do it in Queryman. In fact QMan gave a specific message saying that it didn't support it. So then, when playing with inTERAgate at the last place I was at, I finally got to see and appreciate the power of the WITH statement. So when I got back home to Utah after being in foreign countries like Chile, Argentina, Mexico and New York, I quickly installed inTERAgate (great free software by Jim Calvert!) and the WITH statement didn't work from there! I thought that I was going crazy, but then realized that I had set inTERAgate to use ODBC instead of CLI! In fact, inTERAgate bombed (oops, guess I owe Calvert a note on that one). But when I switched to using CLI, the WITH statement started working. Is this a factor of the ODBC driver I'm using (whoa, this machine has 2.06, guess I'd better get a more current version)? In other words, is it fixed in new versions? Anybody know?

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Frank C. Martinez IV



     
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