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Message Posted: Sun, 12 May 2002 @ 12:51:05 GMT
Using the same SQL staements you have specified.
This could easily be converted to a Stored Procedure, which executes Dynamic SQL (i.e. Creates and Executes the SQL statement at the same time)
Therefore you would only need to execute the stored procedure, rather than generate the statements within QueryMan and copy the resultset to be executed.
Much simpler, and could be scheduled for a quite period.
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