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The Myths and Legends of Prepared Queries Sample Code  
Description:  Sample code to demonstrate the how and when of using prepared ADO commands with the SalesLogix 6.2 OLEDB Provider (Version 6.2)

Category:  Code Samples
Author:  Stuart Carnie
Submitted:  6/11/2004
   
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The Myths and Legends of Prepared Queries Sample Code

Sample code to demonstrate the how and when of using prepared ADO commands with the SalesLogix 6.2 OLEDB Provider (Version 6.2).

 Click here to download the sample code

Make sure you also check out the accompanying article: The Myths and Legends of Prepared Queries

-Ryan

 

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Stuart Carnie
Sage Software, CRM Division

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Re: The Myths and Legends of Prepared Queries Sample Code
Posted: 10/12/2007 9:39:22 AM
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Thanks for the code help! More than three years later the information is still valuable. - Jim M.
 
 

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