Filter text when exporting from MDB
Thread poster: Vitali Chasnovski

Vitali Chasnovski  Identity Verified
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Aug 16, 2006

Hi all,
I am not very good in SQL-language and have some problem in writing of filtering scripts.
To export from MDB I need to filter translations in Subject AND time period (DateStamp from - to).
What text may I write?
Thanks in advance.


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Terry Richards
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An easier way Aug 16, 2006

If this is an MDB, the easiest way is to create a query in Access and then export that query. To export a query, select it in the Access main window and then choose File | Export.

If you realy want to do it in SQL, you will need something like this:

SELECT Field1, Field2...
FROM Table
WHERE DateField > #12/1/2006# AND DateField < #1/1/2007# AND Subject = 'Whatever';

Note that the dates should be in US format (m/d/y) and surrounded by #'s regardless of your local settings.

T.


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Vitali Chasnovski  Identity Verified
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export to Trados Aug 16, 2006

Yes, it works.
I have exported MDB records to Trados Workbench using this filter:

DateStamp >= #04/04/2001# AND DateStamp < #04/30/2001# AND Subject = '537'

Thank You very much, Terry.


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