JT,

>But ODBC...?  After what has been said on this list?  Who needs a
>"saga"...?!?

I do not yet know that ODBC is part of the problem.

My usual gripe about ODBC would be performance, but that won't really be an
issue here since we are dealing with one record at a time, not entire record
sets.  And the tables it reads/writes will have a limited number of records
because I'll only keep in the files those things which are currently in the
warehouse.

Doug



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