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Thread began 11/10/2009 10:28 pm by dave392376 | Last modified 11/11/2009 1:17 pm by dave392376 | 969 views | 2 replies


Advanced Query Builder

I'm new to WebAssist products, having decided that I needed to adopt something else now that Adobe has abandoned the Developer Toolbox. I'm liking what I see so far, but WebAssist might want to consider that we're not all building online stores.

The Developer Toolbox had a really handy Advance Query Builder, that made joining tables and handling complex table relationships a breeze. (So much so that my manual query building skills have apparently completely disappeared.) I have several applications using advanced queries pulling related data from up to six different tables.

Does WebAssist have anything comparable for building recordsets based on advanced queries, or do I need to relearn how to do this by hand?


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