Use the Offset and Limit in the SQL query.
Let's supose that this query returnes normaly 30000 elements.
This query will return 50 elements starting with the 10000 elements... so
the elemenst from 10000 to 10050.
Hope that helps.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andreas" <maps(dot)on(at)gmx(dot)net>
Sent: Thursday, May 20, 2004 3:33 AM
Subject: [SQL] where to start with this procedure ?
> I know a bit of SQL but not exactly a lot so I ran into this problem.
> I have tables on the server that get joined in a view.
> That's OK.
> Now I need just a couple of records say 10-100 of 30 000 which could
> easily be filtered by a integer key.
> As of now I have to pull the whole lot into Access and let it do the
> filtering. That doesn't play nice on our network.
> Could someone kick me into the right direction where to learn stuff like:
> function grabem(x integer) recordset
> grabem = select * from my_view where key = x
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