vas - first, providing this to you wouldn't help you ever be able to do it, so you're not likely to find someone who'll 'give' you the information.
Second, no one really can. You need to tailor the ODBC connection to your environment, and the SQL statements to your database. I'd recommend getting in contact with a resource in your office who's got Database and/or SQL experience to help. We just got the DBA for the project we were testing for to help out, and things worked like a charm.
There are also some Wizards available, and information in the help files to at least get you started.
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I guess giving answer to old thread with no answer ( or unresolved) is fine BUT...
Mark , QuickTest Professional 6.0 ! what you need more, rendezvous with Good old days ! Might be these "History" thread will tribute to the QTP ( to inform new generation of UFT)