Paradox 7 weirdness 
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 Paradox 7 weirdness

I tried to open an old query just to look at its
code, as an example.  One of the tables in that
query is not present in the working directory
anymore.  Paradox fails to open query for editing
or to run it, saying that a table is missing.  Funny
thing is that it doesn't tell you "which" table is
missing.

I don't know the name of the table.  Is there any
hope that I can ever find out ?

This is weird !  Pdox5 did tell me the name of the
table if one was missing.

Atif Khan



Thu, 23 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Paradox 7 weirdness


: I tried to open an old query just to look at its
: code, as an example.  One of the tables in that
: query is not present in the working directory
: anymore.  Paradox fails to open query for editing
: or to run it, saying that a table is missing.  Funny
: thing is that it doesn't tell you "which" table is
: missing.

: I don't know the name of the table.  Is there any
: hope that I can ever find out ?

Use a text editor (like notepad.exe) to edit the .qbe file and
change it as you need.  You can even print it out...

Andrew
--
Andrew Bennett



Fri, 24 Jul 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Paradox 7 weirdness

Quote:
> I tried to open an old query just to look at its
> code, as an example.  One of the tables in that
> query is not present in the working directory
> anymore.  Paradox fails to open query for editing
> or to run it, saying that a table is missing.  Funny
> thing is that it doesn't tell you "which" table is
> missing.

> I don't know the name of the table.  Is there any
> hope that I can ever find out ?

> This is weird !  Pdox5 did tell me the name of the
> table if one was missing.

> Atif Khan


The query is stored on disk as a text file.

--
Raymond Kennington


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