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Conecting to Database Using a Macro

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by tiggerbounce13, Jul 29, 2004.

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  1. tiggerbounce13

    tiggerbounce13 Thread Starter

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    We are trying to set up and import macro to import tables from a access database to a different access database when we type in the location it comes back as location not found Help....
     
  2. Rollin_Again

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    Can you post your macro code? And give some details about what you are trying to do (database path, table names, field names, etc)




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  3. tiggerbounce13

    tiggerbounce13 Thread Starter

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    I am not sure what is meant by a macro code?

    But I am trying to import the table of one access database to another using a macros...
    Setup Under macros
    Using transfer database, Near the bottom information enter is import, microsoft access, t:\Database, table, public, public, no
    when you hit run
    the error is microsoft jet database could not open or find the file
     
  4. tiggerbounce13

    tiggerbounce13 Thread Starter

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    I am not sure what is meant by macro code.

    I am trying to create a macro that will import a database from another database.

    Using a macro, I select transfer database, at the bottom I select, Import, microsoft access, but in the location of database, source file, destination file,

    I get the error message that the file location is invalid or does not exist
     
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