: I have a need to include a table restructure within a method. : I am
upgrading an installation and one of the actions is restructuring a table.
: I would like to not have to go onsite and intended to down load a form
with a push : button that would do all the necessary work. : I can't see
any way of doing this. : In earlier DOS versions I would simply have
recorded : the keystrokes in a script and called the script at the
So include a query or a script that copies the old table to the new one
with slight record changes...
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As this seems like a one time only, as KS suggested, do a query (or send
an empty copy of the new table, or do a create), and populate as
Use SendKeys, which would be similar to doing a playback of a recorded
script in DOS. I don't like this, because to me it looks sloppy and
unprofessional <personnal opinion, which nobody except me cares about
In a recurring situation, where in DOS I would have done a restructure, I
now either have an empty table which I use as a template for the table
structure I want, or do a create.
2. IT JOBS!!!