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A query opened in 7.0 instead of 3.5, transporting didnt save me

Hi,

I have opened a query that i shouldnt open in 7.0. It is a kind of very important query, now i dont know how to open it in 3.5.I transported same query from my test system but it gives the same message

this component was edited with a recent version of of editor...

please help me

regards

Mete

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 11:41 AM

    Hi,

    If you were able to transport the "old version" from your test environment to development environment, have you tried this :

    1.

    - Copy the query in the test environment so that it has another technical name.

    - Transport the "old version" from test to dev (or export/import via XML)

    OR

    2.

    - Delete the query in development

    - Transport the copy from test to dev (or export/import via XML)

    Rgds,

    Jeoffrey

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    • Former Member

      Hi Jeoffrey ,

      I was thinking about the same issue but there are so many roles etc.

      i am afraid if it will cause problems with structure,

      what do you think, would it make the query useless?

      thnks

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 01:13 PM

    Answer:

    I didnt try it yet but i hope this will help, otherwise there is no way to do it.

    Note 949330 - NW04s: Query backup & restore

    And how to prevent this:

    Note 962530 - NW04s: How to restrict access to Query Designer 2004s.

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