I used a union query to join all of the tests so that they display like so: Test Num Avg Temperature Avg Pressure .... Now I want to generate a new table that is linked to this union query somehow so that if I change the preceeding queries to include different sets of data, the table will automatically update.The reason I need this to happen is because I need to join the ID of this new table to various other tables.I have searched the internet, and have found a bunch of threads that show how to update links to other databases, but have not much to help me out with the syntax of updating/changing the link to an Excel file.Read Currently im using a batch file to copy the updated version of my accdb file from the server.Access Web Apps and Access Services will continue to be supported in all current versions of on-premises Share Point servers for the remainder of the product lifecycle. ACCDB files) will not be impacted by this decision.
The SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA) for Office Access enables you to convert an Office Access database to this type of application by moving your Office Access data to new SQL Server tables and linking to these tables.
I've been looking for a method of updating an Access database with data stored in an Excel file, but I can only find methods from Excel VBA and not through Access itself which is not what I want.
This would be to dynamically update an Access table with data that is regularly updated in an Excel file.
In Microsoft Access 2003/XP/2000/97, I have a database which contains a date field called Transaction Date.
I want to be able to query the user for a new date and then update the Transaction Date field based on what the user entered.
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