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How do copy a table from an access database in one folder to another access database in another folder through visual basic code

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Simple method Open both tables (or create second) and copy each record from source to target through 'do while not eof' or 'for each' syntax.

Second solution create link in target DB for first table, and use SELECT INTO statment in SQL.

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What is sql condition in visual basic?


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What is run time error '-2147467259(80004005)' how i solved it rewati nadan


"The Microsoft Jet Database Engine cannot open the file '(unknown)'"There are several causes for this error message:
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  • Check the permissions on the file and the folder. Make sure that you have the ability to create and/or destroy any temporary files. Temporary files are usually created in the same folder as the database, but the file may also be created in other folders such as the WINNT folder. For additional information about how to identify which folder does not have the correct permissions and how to configure temporary files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 253604 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/253604/ ) Microsoft Access 97 database connectivity fails in Active Server Pages If you use a network path to the database (UNC or mapped drive), check the permissions on the share, the file, and the folder.
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Access database was copied now no tables in dropdown list


Your version of Access may require slightly different menus and clicks than mine, but the procedure is straightforward and should be very similar to what you will need to do. Read the whole post first!

Make sure you have permission to modify the database, then go to the form (I assume the drop-down table is in a form) and go to design view.

In design view, click once on the dropdown box you are having a problem with, and a properties screen with several tabs should pop up; click on the data tab, and look at 'data source'. In the list look for 'row source type' to see if the source of your data is a) a table or a query, b) a value list or c) a field list. Most dropdown boxes use either a value list or data from another table or a query (based on a table).

Check the source of data by going down to the next line in the list titled 'Row Source' (this is the list on the data tab that popped up when you clicked on the dropdown box in design view).

If the source is a table/query type you should see some code in the Row Source box like "SELECT....". Without changing anything, click once immediately to the right of the box, and whatever source the rows are coming from should pop up--if a query, for instance, it will pop up the underlying query in design view.

You should be able to troubleshoot the underlying query to see why no data is given in the dropdown box.

Another point where underlying query or table is used: If the table was based on a query that pulls data from the records in the current database, the drop down list will be blank until new records are added so the query has something to list.

And if the source is a 'value list', the values should be included in the row source box below, separated by semicolons. If not you simply need to add them in.

If your source is a field list, go back to whomever copied the database and tell them you need help with the copy they gave you...

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I want to programaticaly modify an SQL statement in VB6


If I remember correctly you need to call ExecuteQuery or something similar otherwise it does not update the database.


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Write into excel format


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Accessing data


Dear reader

Place an ADODC control on your form in VB.
In the properties of the ADODC control goto the TAB General.
click "Use Connection String. With the button Build you can point to your database.
Thats it.

With the following code you can connect to db:

With Adodc
.RecordSource = "SELECT * From YOURTABLE"
.Refresh
End With

Now you have the table in the adodc control.

you can now do this:

Label1.caption = Adodc.Recordset!YOURFIELD

YOURTABLE = the name of your table in the database.
YOURFIELD = the fieldname in YOURTABLE you want to show.

Kind regards Fred.

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About visual basic coding


Hello,
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Hope this helps! Please let me know if you have any questions.Thank You,Raph30

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