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Select * from using a variable for the filename.

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cbjax

Haven't done but a couple of these, hope this is right.

I copied this (see attached) code from xenobiolotist, I think.

Got it to work with a DBF file but would like to use a variable for the file name in the 2 procedures instead of ltl_rates.dbf otherwise it does what i want to do for the moment.

When i get the variable to work then I will try some other things with this script.

BTW: i do not see how to include the code directly. I'm sure it's right there but i do not see it.

Thanks

dbfRead.au3

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PsaltyDS

Is this all you're talking about?

Global $sDBF_File = "ltl_rates.DBF"

; ... etc.

_getColumns($connection_Obj, 'SELECT * FROM "' & $sDBF_File & '"')

:)


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cbjax

that's it.

thanks a bunch.

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