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Working on SQL Part 2
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   11 years ago

I've finished the first couple of lessons for the Access SQL Seminar, Part 2. It's coming along nicely. I've started out by covering the basic Action Queries (update, delete, append) and how they work in SQL.

If you can think of any EXAMPLES that you'd like to see me add to the seminar (how to do specific things in SQL) please post them now. I'm always looking for great ideas to add to my lessons. Covering the "how to do something" is easy, but making INTERESTING real-world examples is always tough... coming up with the ideas. So post them here and I'll try to add them.

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Mubeezi Micah 
11 years ago
Dear Richard,

Below is an example. I have a simple Patient Details table (PtDetailsT, which you often call CustomerT). It has five fields namely PatientID, PtName, Age, Sex and DateRxStarted (read the later as the date when the patient started treatment). Read More...
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Anonymous 
11 years ago
Richard,
I am still struggling with trying to design a search tool for locating records that are entered into the data base.  I would like to model it after the one that is used by the US Census. Read More...
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Alan Hill 
11 years ago
Create a table with optional column names and link to a form using the new names. Which has already been created. Now how would I do that? Create the form on the fly also maybe. How would I do that?
I'm thinking not hard but I am thinking. Read More...
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