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You say corrupt, in what way exactly? Do you get any specific error numbers/messages?
Have you tried Access repair program? Compact and Repair. If not, use it. But ensure that you made a backup, it is necessary because all the recovery tips can make the damage even worse.
Also try Jet Compact Utility. This tool created by Microsoft and it is much like Compact and Repair, but more successful in repairing.
If no one of above advice helps, then perhaps you need more powerful solution. In this case try to run a good third-party. I would recommend Recovery Toolbox for Access. It must help you. https://access.recoverytoolbox.com/
ColdFusion supports ODBC-compliant databases. With Net Nation's ColdFusion plans, you can use a Microsoft FoxPro, Microsoft Access or Microsoft SQL Server database. ColdFusion supports both DSN and DSN-less connections.
I have fixed my problem. I realised that the Microsoft Access Database DSN did not include the *.accdb driver. I deleted the existing DSN and created a new one. This allowed me to select the ODBC driver that worked for both file types.
I cameto realise that I was only having this problem on machines that have been upgraded to excel 2007 and not on machines with full virgin installations. On install both try to create the appropriate DSN but one with the same name already exists on the machines being upgraded and the creation fails.
Try using Data > From Other Sources and select From Microsoft Query. In the Excel sheet, select the cell that you want the results to start in. Your MS Query would be pulling the data from your Access database.
Hi, the difficulty to solve your problem is that we are not familiar with Appx. I have faced this problem numerous time, but usually it was from Excel to Access. Now if you can transfer it to Excel then you can change the format in Excel to Text and import it into Access.
I have also read a little of the Appx manuals and it says there that you can work with ODBC, are you using it? ODBC will create a connection between the APPX application Database and Access, you should be able to do your queries directly from the ODBC connection without the need to import the table.
Here is a PDF manual of how to set it up from their website:
I hope it helps, let me know and I will try to do my best to solve your problem.