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Richard.M2
migraging to xp
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alsutton
Combining or merging several tables
Is there a simple way to merge several tables into one.  I have an original master table of some data that I would like to add some other tables to and keep the table name the same as my original.  The tables to be added have different field names but the data I want to merge is the same (i. e., I would like to keep my original table field names and merge/combine the new tables).  I would also like to automate this process to be done weekly on the same tables.
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katherine.m
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jlockley
formats for blob fields (language)
IS there a way to set the table language or ole so that blob files will accept PDF and Jpg files? At this time I cannot store them, only word, rtf, wpd, txt and a few others. PDF is the mst important. Thanks
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6 years ago
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mprestwood
No. What I like to do is store just the filename in a database field and then store all the actual files in a folder.
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report fails to display records
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