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I have a guess since I was not previously aware of this method. 

There is precedence for LO adding support for Microsoft Office (MSO) compatibility. I am guessing 
that this method was added for MSO compatibility with MS Access (but that is just a guess). I would 
assume, therefore, that it should act similarly to how the method work in MS Access (again a 

When I really want to know, I pull the code and then I go looking for the method in the code to see 
what it does. 

Also, if it immediately registers as an error, then you might need to turn on compatibility mode. 

Well, that is what I thought until I googled a bit

This implies that the command is based on an extension rather than directly supported by LO.

but then this seems to imply otherwise

Sorry, not much help :-(

On Tuesday, January 24, 2023 15:50 EST, Harvey Nimmo <> wrote:
 Thanks. Not sure I can understand how that should work...hmmm

I based my syntax on the example here

On Tue, 2023-01-24 at 20:39 +0000, Dave Howorth wrote:
On Tue, 24 Jan 2023 20:32:18 +0100
Harvey Nimmo <> wrote:

Where can I find the syntax of the DoCmd.RunSQL command to be used
with a LOBase Macro in Basic?

I've never heard of the command, but google suggests

I've no idea whether it is correct/relevant.

My assumption was 
X = "SQL string"


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