Script to change query parameters

juneau730

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In my dBase, I have three queries that have a parameter that is coded Like"*TUC*"
The dBase is designed to be used by various locations with different location coded. Is there a way to change the query parameter in these three queries via a script?
 

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welshgasman

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Make the parameter a global variable or tempvar and use that instead

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Code:
SELECT Transactions.Description
FROM Transactions
WHERE (((Transactions.Description) Like "*" & [tempvars]![test] & "*"));
 

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