On 12 Jun 2006 22:48:36 -0700, "yaniv d" wrote:
>there is a simple way.but my problem for now is that i need to make it
>for a multi-user and that complicating the issue becaouse i need to
>make tables that will be attached for every user that will use it
What can you do with individual tables which cannot be done with a
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select query, filtering on the UserID field (which you might need to
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add to your table)? Storing data (a user's identity) in a tablename is
probably a Very Bad Idea.
Or, could you use a split database, with the source table in the
backend, and the individual tables in each user's frontend .mdb file?
John W. Vinson[MVP]