Public Sub SearchforFund()



   Dim oFunds As CFunds

   Dim oFund As CFund

   Dim sFundIDSQL As String

   Dim sFundDateSQL As String

   Dim sFundCategorySQL As String

   

   'SQL Statements will allow you to search by certain fields for a fund

   'three different statements based on request in case

   sFundIDSQL = "FUND_ID like '%Annual'"

   sFundDateSQL = "(START_DATE > '2007-01-01') and (END_DATE < '2009-01-01')"

   sFundCategorySQL = "FUND.ID IN (SELECT FUND.ID " & _

           "FROM FUND INNER JOIN TABLEENTRIES ON " & _

           "FUND.FUND_CATEGORY = TABLEENTRIES.TABLEENTRIESID " & _

           "WHERE TABLEENTRIES.LONGDESCRIPTION = 'Annual')"

   

   Set oFunds = New CFunds

   

   'Change out the SQL string to get the different results

   oFunds.Init REApplication.SessionContext, tvf_Fund_Custom, True, sFundCategorySQL

   

   MsgBox oFunds.Count

   'looping through all the funds to get information

   For Each oFund In oFunds

       Debug.Print oFund.Fields(Fund_fld_DESCRIPTION) & " - " & oFund.Fields(fund_fld_FUND_ID)

       oFund.Closedown

   Next oFund

   

   Set oFund = Nothing

   

   oFunds.Closedown

   Set oFunds = Nothing

End Sub

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