On Sun, Nov 28, 2004 at 00:39:40 +0100,
"Thomas Hermann(Software)" <hth(at)sprintsoft(dot)de> wrote:
Usually you want to keep responses coppied to the list so that others
can comment on the thread.
> Thank you very much for your expedient response. I am currently running the
> 8 beta.
> 1) I want to modify the returned result set by sending different values used
> in the where clause, hence I get the desired information from the table.
> Assume I have the profile ID of a user an need to know the details of the
> profile, I can feed the profile to the view ID and get the proper details
> back. If the select statement within a view does not change, I can as well
> have select statement stored elsewhere.
You can supply the profile ID in a where clause when you select from the
view. Is there some reason you can't do that?
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