Accessing external data using the IN clause in SQL

I happened to come across this article Accessing external data using the IN clause by the Access product group recently again.  I thought I’d do a blog posting describing how I use the IN clause to update tables in the Granite Fleet Manager when the user installs a new version.  Then, as I scrolled down the blog posting, I realized that I was the first person to comment and that the comment was going to be this blog posting.  So now I’ve saved myself the time and effort.  <smile>

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