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  1. #1
    Tom Guest

    Saving into fox2x tables


    I'm wondering if it's possible to save a VisFox 5.0 query directly into a
    Fox2x table. I have to make 100s of large tables in Fox 2x version, and I
    can't figure out any way to do it other than using the "into" command and
    then the "copy to...type fox2x" command. I'd love to be able to bypass the
    step, which obviously will take a lot of processing time. Any help on this
    would be greatly appreciated.

  2. #2
    Fred Taylor Guest

    Re: Saving into fox2x tables

    Sorry, I don't know of any other way. And you might be surprised on the
    "processing time", unless they're really, really big result sets. You'll
    probably just need lots of free disk space.

    --
    Fred
    Microsoft Visual FoxPro MVP
    Please respond only to the newsgroups so that all may benefit.


    "Tom" <tmcginty@nicar.org> wrote in message news:3aa52e35$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I'm wondering if it's possible to save a VisFox 5.0 query directly into a
    > Fox2x table. I have to make 100s of large tables in Fox 2x version, and I
    > can't figure out any way to do it other than using the "into" command and
    > then the "copy to...type fox2x" command. I'd love to be able to bypass the
    > step, which obviously will take a lot of processing time. Any help on this
    > would be greatly appreciated.




  3. #3
    Anders Altberg Guest

    Re: Saving into fox2x tables


    "Tom" <tmcginty@nicar.org> wrote in message news:3aa52e35$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I'm wondering if it's possible to save a VisFox 5.0 query directly into a
    > Fox2x table. I have to make 100s of large tables in Fox 2x version, and I
    > can't figure out any way to do it other than using the "into" command and
    > then the "copy to...type fox2x" command. I'd love to be able to bypass the
    > step, which obviously will take a lot of processing time. Any help on this
    > would be greatly appreciated.


    I doubt it. I've been thinking about a way for several minutes now and come
    a cropper.

    -Anders




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