Public Sub GetAppeals()

Dim oAppeal As CAppeal

Dim oAppeals As CAppeals

Dim sSQL As String



Set oAppeals = New CAppeals

sSQL = "(dbo.APPEAL.DATECHANGED) >= '" & CDate("01/01/2005") & "'"

oAppeals.Init REApplication.SessionContext, tvf_Appeal_Custom, False, sSQL



MsgBox oAppeals.Count



For Each oAppeal In oAppeals

'....place code here



oAppeal.CloseDown

Next oAppeal

Set oAppeal = Nothing



oAppeals.CloseDown

Set oAppeals = Nothing

End Sub

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