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
'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)
Set oFund = Nothing
Set oFunds = Nothing
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