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paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

(OP)
I don't know the first thing about paradox.
I can view the report in design view but now what?

DougP, MCP, A+

RE: paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

Click on Format, Data Model

RE: paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

(OP)
thank you
There is only one table
I don't see the table in the folder
called Reprecvd.db
Is the table created on the fly maybe? Is it only memory resident? I don't have the Non-delivered forms to see the code.

DougP, MCP, A+

RE: paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

Do a Windows search on the filename.  If it's in the data model, it must have non-transient existence in the file system.

RE: paradox 9 newbie How do I see what tables a report is looking at

Don't forget that tables can (and should) be added using an ALIAS to point to their location.

But it may be an issue to figure out specifics if you can't get the source form.

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