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Have you tried creating a NEW MDB, and then IMPORTING the objects from the Crashed/Corrupted MDB?
This will SOMETIMES serve to rescue most if not all of the corrupted entities .
You can try:
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Have you reached resolution yet? If not I would be happy to help otherwise, I would be interested to know what happened. It sounds like you need to call the date (today) for the appropriate balance to come in automatically - assuming you have a table holding this data. Thanks for rating FixYa!
No, there cannot be two primary keys in one table. You can specify more than one value to make up the primary key. For example, instead of just the last name column - you can have the last name and employee ID fields make up the primary key. If you don't specify a primary key, MS Access will usually ask you if you would like them to create it for you.
You may be thinking about foreign keys. A table can have two or more primary keys in them but they would serve as foreign keys. For example - lets say you have table A with primary key "A" and table B with primary key "B". You can create table C and have both primary keys from tables A & B in it, however, they would be foreign keys in table C and not primary keys (they are only primary keys in their respective tables).
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.