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MS Access 97: Location Of Linked Tables
hope this help See clear as mud StePhan McKillen the aim is store once, not store multiple times Remember... Databases SQL Oracle / PLSQL SQL Server MySQL MariaDB PostgreSQL SQLite MS Office Excel Access Word Web Development HTML CSS Color Picker Languages C Language More ASCII Table Linux UNIX Java Reply With Quote 06-04-07,16:36 #2 myle View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage (Making Your Life Easy) Join Date Feb 2004 Location New Zealand Posts 1,442 Provided Answers: 8 Here some I was faced with a nice error when I copied a project started nearly 5 years ago onto a new Win 10 PC, which is kinda similar to an actual deployment http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/ms-access-iif-or.html
I want to keep the same name for the linked table. Optimize 'til you die! Progaming environment: Access based on my own environment: DAO3.6/A97/A2000/A2003/A2007/A2010 VB based on my own environment: vb6 sp5 ASP based on my own environment: 5.6 VB-NET based on my own environment started Thanks Parminder Reply With Quote Dec 28th, 2005,01:28 AM #4 RobDog888 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Super Moderator Join Date Apr 2001 Location LA, Calif. https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/188546-how-find-location-linked-table-access-97-a
Click on the "Linked Table Manager" in the Add-Ins. (Hopefully, this was installed. A Link window will appear as follows: Select the location of the Access database that you wish to link tables to. Loading... Search Main menu Skip to primary content General Web Sites & Integration Filemaker iOS Devel.
- In this example, we have chosen an Oracle database called "Prod".
- To do it at run time via VBA code it something like this: Application.CurrentDb.CreateTableDef "Table1", dbAttachedTable, "SourceTable1", ";DATABASE=D:\Development\Test.mdb" VB/Office Guru™ (AKA: Gangsta Yoda™ ®) I dont answer coding questions via PM.
- You will notice the arrow to the left of the table name.
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The system is split into front and back end. Is it possible to install the Linked Table Manager into Access 97? We use advertisements to support this website and fund the development of new content. Manually changing a linked table location Browse more Microsoft Access / VBA Questions on Bytes Question stats viewed: 16732 replies: 3 date asked: Nov 12 '05 Follow this discussion BYTES.COM ©
Reply With Quote 06-06-07,12:13 #5 JamesB View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jun 2002 Location Kansas City Posts 103 Hi Myle, I created a new module and a Forgot your password? It isn't but it is quite convoluded on how to get this done. useful source B-AutoPLANT Computer Support iPads and iPhones Mac OS X Networks Windows Scripting About Post navigation ← Previous Next → Changing the server name or location of a linked Table in MS
Then connect to your linked table similar to my code and gigemboys link. When you have finished selecting the tables to link to, click on the OK button. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. When I look in the table area, I see three linked tables.
A Link window will appear as follows: Select "ODBC Databases ()" in the Files of type option. http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?378513-RESOLVED-How-to-change-path-of-quot-Linked-Table-quot-in-MS-Access-with-VB-Net Thanks again Parminder Singh Reply With Quote Dec 30th, 2005,11:14 PM #9 parminder View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Addicted Member Join Date Apr 2003 Location India Posts 168 Re: Linked Table Manager and Access 97 P: n/a franc sutherland Hello, I have a client who uses Access 97, but does not have the Linked Table Manager. A login window should appear.
Highlight the tables that you wish to link to. http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/what-is-report-in-ms-access.html If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Msdn Web site.Would you like to participate? Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. For example, J\folder\folder\folder.
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This action eliminated the drive letter in the linkage and the accompanying hassles for my users. Answer: You are able to link to tables from other databases, whether the table is an Access table, an Oracle table, an Excel spreadsheet, or even a text file. Just thought I'd share.
MainData.mdb file has a linked table (LinkTable) from LinkData.mdb The link table store abseloute path (C:\Folder1\Folder2\LinkData.mdb") My MainData.mdb file is also in Folder2 and I want to store refference path (".\LinkData.mdb")
Your linked tables should now appear in your database window. You can do this programmatically as well, but get that down first. OKEY But If I want to change the path for the linked table to relative path in MS Access database with MS Access. It's quick & easy.
Raiders #1 AKA:Gangsta Yoda™ Posts 60,264 Re: How to change path of "Linked Table" in MS Access with VB.Net If your referring to my post then it is not required to Share this page: Advertisement Back to top Home | About Us | Contact Us | Testimonials | Donate While using this site, you agree to have read and accepted our Terms TIA Nov 12 '05 #4 This discussion thread is closed Start new discussion Replies have been disabled for this discussion. see it here You currently have 0 posts.
elbsolutions.com Project List & Blog A list of projects and tinkering done by ELB Solutions.com Inc. Click the External Data in the ribbon and choose ‘Linked Table Manager' CLick the Always prompt for a new location check box - this is a complicated way to ask the To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. When I look in the table area, I see three linked tables.
Thanks for your support and expect again Parminder Singh Reply With Quote Dec 28th, 2005,11:42 PM #7 RobDog888 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Super Moderator Join Date Apr 2001 Similar topics Linked Table Manager won't manage Another post on Automating Linked Table Manager - sorry! A user with their 'J' drive mapped differently obviously cann't open the linked DBO/text file. Set td = Nothing End Sub Public Function ExistsTable(ByRef dbs As Database, tbname As String) As Boolean On Error GoTo OopsErr Dim s As String s = dbs.TableDefs(tbname).Name ExistsTable = True
The time now is 20:20. See solution in other versions of Access: Access 2013 Access 2007 Access 2003 Question: In Microsoft Access 2003/XP/2000/97, how can I link to a table in another database? TIA Nov 12 '05 #1 Post Reply Share this Question 3 Replies P: n/a Dennys G. 1.. Click on Add-Ins in the Tools Menu. 3..
One Access database 97 is working fine and on our network and is the front end to another access 97 db within an unknown network folder. ghh3rd View Public Profile Find More Posts by ghh3rd