Public Sub LoopQuery()

  

  Dim oQuery As CQueryObject

  Set oQuery = New CQueryObject

  oQuery.Init REApplication.SessionContext

  

  'Load the query named Board Members

  oQuery.LoadByField uf_QUERY_NAME, "Board Members"

  

  Dim lID As Long

  lID = 1

  

  oQuery.querySet.OpenQuerySet

  

  For lID = 1 To oQuery.querySet.NumberOfRecords

  

       Debug.Print oQuery.querySet.FieldName(1) & " - " & oQuery.querySet.fieldValue(1)

       Debug.Print oQuery.querySet.FieldName(2) & " - " & oQuery.querySet.fieldValue(2)

       oQuery.querySet.MoveNext

       

  Next lID

 

  oQuery.CloseDown

  Set oQuery = Nothing

 

End Sub

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