[JDEV] SQL Transport

Dave dave at dave2.dave.tj
Tue Feb 19 16:48:58 CST 2002

Uh, excuse me, but how do you plan to tell the SQL transport what sentences to create???  You might as well just write the statements yourself.

I don't think I'm understanding your question correctly :-(

Dave Cohen <dave at dave.tj>

BTW - Please don't send HTML mail, because many of us don't have elm
setup to launch lynx automatically on HTML attachments (and many of us
don't _want_ lynx getting fired up on our email).  To the best of my
knowledge, all normal stuff that you may want to do in email can be done
using plain text, and HTML simply makes a more complex reader necessary
for no useful reason, as far as I can tell :-(

Ricardo Armas wrote:
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> thank u
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