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  • TechTip: Handling SQL Return Codes, Part II

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    TechTip: Handling SQL Return Codes, Part II

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    can't download code

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      TechTip: Handling SQL Return Codes, Part II

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      I have the same problem, but you can still save the file on your desktop. It will be saved as SQL_SKELR-Lennon083107.Zip.htm, you can open it by WinZip Utility By the way, Awesome template. It will make your life lot easier

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        TechTip: Handling SQL Return Codes, Part II

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        I clicked on both of the SQL_SKELR links and was able to save it to a zip file on my hard drive. I can also click the OPEN button at work and it bring up WINZIP, but on my home machine I just get a heap of hex garbage. Don't understand why, but I have a really old version of WINZIP at home. The solution is to use the SAVE button and save it to somewhere on your PC, then open it with WINZIP. Sam

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