7. (Advanced Programming In Access 2013) Linking Tables From An ODBC Connection To Access

7. (Advanced Programming In Access 2013) Linking Tables From An ODBC Connection To AccessLinking Tables From An ODBC Connection To Access video in the “Advanced Programming in Microsoft Access 2013” series hosted by Steve Bishop. In this free …

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Mark Williams: I set the primary key for the Suppliers table in step 5, but I also changed the Identity Specification to Yes because the data type is Autonumber.

Mks Yadav: great video..thanks

nyaworld: I have been following everything you have done until this point….. now I have an issue. I am using a VBA code that writes changes made to my data. The code works beautifully (as long as it updates a local table). I can’t figure out how to refer to my linked table successfully. (ODBC error). So, I thought maybe I can take the local table and append it to a linked table (linked to my sharepoint azure SQL database). The information flows from my access web app to my local database just fine. I am creating forms and reports just fine, I can even update and add new records via a form, but I can’t append to linked table, nor do I know how to call that table in a VBA code.Any help you can provide will be appreciated!Here’s the code I’m using for auditing changes that users make locally…. .fontstuff/access/acctut21.htm

saeed: hi can i share access file to 20 computer without installing the form in each computer and link it to access table. plz help in this. what if i updated the form

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