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From:Mark Unwin Date:August 18 2005 6:25am
Subject:Search thru all fields in a table
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Is there a shortcut way (rather than manually doing a SQL Statement for
each column), to search ALL columns in a table ?
I have people wishing to search for text in different fields - and I'd
like to know if there is a way to query for all columns on a given table
in one SQL statement. (yes, I'm being lazy - or is that efficient
?!?!?!). Or maybe a selection of columns. Or even all columns in all
tables (don't ask).

Mark Unwin.

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Search thru all fields in a tableMark Unwin18 Aug
  • Re: Search thru all fields in a tableArjen Lentz22 Aug
    • Re: Search thru all fields in a tableMorgan Tocker22 Aug