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Is it possible to use databse views in SBO. Can we access it thru DBdatasource?

Can anyone tell how can this be done?


Amudha M.

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 10:18 AM

    Hi Amudha,

    Yes you can - in your SQL query line type "SELECT * FROM -View-", the same as you would do in query analizer.

    Test this in SBO Query Generator - you'll see it works.

    (You access the view as if it is a table)

    You should be able to access it through DBdatasource - let me know!

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      Hi Amudha,

      Are you using your own SQL view?

      When you declare your SQL statement and reference your SQL view, include the owner. Here's an example, I tried this and it worked well for me.

      select * from <b>bwuser</b>.SBO_SALES_SO

      *Note: SBO_SALES_SO is an SBO view.

      Hope this helps!


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