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AccXP / Acc97 passthrough to SQL Server backend - documentation?

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NewBee, Got some clues from some databases written using passthrough
queries but don't understanc the case... statements. Is there any
books anywhere that wiill include help on the syntax required for
passthrough queries? Would I look for TSQL manuals???
Nov 13 '05 #1
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On 14 Oct 2004 05:55:21 -0700, ro**********@excite.com (Ron_A) wrote:

Passthru means that Access doesn't interpret the code, but sends it
off to the server unchanged for processing. Therefore you would need
the documentation of the server. If it's SQL Server, the language is
T-SQL, which is documented in SQL Server Books Online, a help file
that comes with SQL Server. Ask your administrator for the "client
tools" (on the SQL Server disk) which I believe installs Books Online,
as well as several other tools to test your T-SQL script.

-Tom.

NewBee, Got some clues from some databases written using passthrough
queries but don't understanc the case... statements. Is there any
books anywhere that wiill include help on the syntax required for
passthrough queries? Would I look for TSQL manuals???


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