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Posted Monday, February 25, 2013 9:27 AM
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Hello everyone,

I have a project to make select queries from given database information but I was trying all day to make it and I just could not do it. I am writing here in this forum with hope that someone can help me with this project. Below are links to the Project Instructions and the database with the information. I have to submit the project tonight and I do not know what to do. I will appreciate if someone is wiling to help me with this.

Thank you in advance.
Instructions:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2naslcvdu9054tz/Project2_win13.docx

Database Information
https://www.dropbox.com/s/229o5hrcga07t5i/Project2.mdb
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Here are some hints:
a) Don't start a project the night before it's due if the subject is something you're struggling with
b) Please note that this is a SQL Server forum and not ACCESS (even though the very basic SQL code would be close to be identical). So, even if we 'd provide a SQL solution, you might not be able to use it.
c) To provide nothing but a few links to your homework (?) doesn't really show any effort on your side. That usually reduces the number of people willing to reply. Dramatically.

There's not much more to say from my side...




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Posted Monday, February 25, 2013 3:22 PM
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LutzM (2/25/2013)
Here are some hints:
a) Don't start a project the night before it's due if the subject is something you're struggling with
b) Please note that this is a SQL Server forum and not ACCESS (even though the very basic SQL code would be close to be identical). So, even if we 'd provide a SQL solution, you might not be able to use it.
c) To provide nothing but a few links to your homework (?) doesn't really show any effort on your side. That usually reduces the number of people willing to reply. Dramatically.

There's not much more to say from my side...


Thank you I agree with point a)
I have manage to make it so the topic can be deleted.
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