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OPAL to DISPLAY QB Tool

OPAL to DISPLAY QB Tool in ObjectPAL topic (part of our Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding group).

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rum
Frankfort, KY USA

hello,   This must be an oversight(or Alzhiemers) on my part.

How do I open a query using ObjectPAL  and display it in the query editor so that I can modify?

For a table I do the following

var
   t string
endvar

t = editTableList ; (THIS IS A NAME FROM LIST OF TABLE NAMES)

dlgRestructure (t)

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I can't find it, either (sigh)

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Jay.M
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Under Edit then PasteFrom.. I don't know if thats what your talking about.. but I think so

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Under Edit then PasteFrom.. I don't know if thats what your talking about.. but I think so

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no clue.. still thinking about.. tried everything under Edit, Design, Open, etc.. don't know that I've ever tried to do that.. I've made forms where the user can enter parameters, then I validate, then I plug into a query.. but I don't know how to pull it up, visible, in code

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You create your query and put it into code by selecting PasteFrom while in an edit window

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rum
Frankfort, KY USA

Thanks Jay,  but you misunderstood the question.  I dont need the text,  I need the designer to open and display for a query that was pre-designed and saved.

In OPAL,

var

Q Query

endvar

q.readfromfile("c:\\temp\\somequery.qbe")

; now, i want

q.displaydesigner() or q.restructure(), or menuaction.newquery(q) or any other of things I haven't found

thanks,

Jeff

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