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GetFieldId

2 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2005-02-02 02:37:56.0Z
David R. Posted on 2005-02-01 16:53:23.0Z
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Hello,

Is there an equivalent for GetFieldId for PowerBuilder 8 or less (without
PBNI I mean) ?

thank you !
david


Bruce Armstrong [TeamSybase] Posted on 2005-02-02 02:37:56.0Z
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The question doesn't make sense, at least to me. What specifically
are you trying to accomplish?

On 1 Feb 2005 08:53:23 -0800, "David R." <david.raingeard@laposte.net>

wrote:

>Hello,
>
>Is there an equivalent for GetFieldId for PowerBuilder 8 or less (without
>PBNI I mean) ?
>
>thank you !
>david
>

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