Tom, all that is possible but why go through all that trouble.  All tools
have their pros and cons and some tools are better used for certain
purposes.  Remember your preference may not be mine, and in this case
obviously not!

----- Original Message -----
From: <thomas@inorbit.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 11:37 PM
Subject: Re: Development System on a NT 4 Server in an ADSL network


Dare:

On Fri, 18 January 2002, "Dare" wrote:

>   Lastly, Query is a qiuck report writer, reusable, not too
> complex,  can be learn quickly, and not as dangerous to give to beginners.

I have to reply that prompted (not SQL) QM queries are almost as simple as
Query/400. And it shouldn't be any more dangerous since you can control
which SQL statements may be used for each user -- if you only grant access
to SELECT, that's all the user can do.

Further, once the basics are learned, the reporting can be more
sophisticated. Query reuse is better through QM than through Query/400 since
queries and report forms can be mixed in various combinations in QM.

Tom Liotta

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Kent, WA 98032
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