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Jon Rista23-Oct-02 18:33
Jon Rista23-Oct-02 18:33 
About the database. Is it possible to create a view from these mangled tables, adding the required constraints and indexing, etc. through the view. You would then be able to properly insert new records with newer applications, as well as beeing able to use DataSets. If its not possible to create views with the current DBMS, it might be worthwhile to convince your client to upgrade to MS SQL Server, and just import the data, then create the views.

It just seems like your going through a ton of work just to represent/provide data in the way you want. And the way your going about it, no offense meant, looks like it could possibly create more work later on, (i.e. in the future). (I know, clients NEVER care about the future, and get cranky when you mention it. Wink | ;) Poke tongue | ;-P )

Anyway, just some thoughts after reading the thread.
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Questionthread.Abort() doesn't work????? Pin
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Questionplease try it...see what happens...is it a bug? Pin
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