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Microsoft: Access Forms FAQ

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How to find run-time values by Rolliee
Posted: 4 Aug 03 (Edited 20 Aug 03)

From time to time, I want to know what, fokr instance, the SQL actually was at a run-time event.  This allows me to, at a latere date, view the value or it - or any other similar value. I can add a time date ref to the filename or the user to make it more unique and keep all such events.

private sub TellMe(SQLstr as string)

OPEN "\MyFolder\TellMe.txt" FOR APPEND as #1

print #1, "My Helps " & space(23) & now()
print #1, "The SQL was   ";
print #1, SQLstr

close #1

exit sub

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