• Migrating from MS Access to SQL Server Express

    I've just installed SQL Server Express and I want to create a local instance. I would like to use SQL Server to do my analysis in running queries instead of Microsoft Access. I want to import my tables from Access to SQL Server Express. How can I migrate from MS Access to SQL Server?

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  • Front-End Reporting Tools for Secure Web Service Application with MS-SQL server-2

    Hi... We are a Cdn Govt agency involved in Satellite Operations with a commercial partner based across the country. We will need to build/buy a small secure web service application for reporting purposes that will require minimal IT expertise to build or maintain, and will deliver maximum...

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  • About database connection

    How to connect Visual Basic 6.0 project to the MS Access ACCDB file for save the data?

    mahajan5 pointsBadges:
  • Connecting C++ to Microsoft Access

    How do you connect Visual c++ to the Microsoft Access database?

    Rich150010 pointsBadges:
  • MS Access 2013

    Does anyone have VB code for add a new value to a lookup table during execution of application?

    Robertar15 pointsBadges:
  • Created Public Folders for Excel spreadsheets

    I have created a public folder to store Excel spreadsheets that I need users to be able to access and change. I understand the permissions. My question is can more than 1 user be in the same spread sheet at one time and make individual changes. Will all changes be saved?

    Chenzo5 pointsBadges:
  • Run VBA code as admin

    I am currently working on an ms access application for a large insurance company which generates reports for the user after the user inputs/select some data.... Unfortunately the application has already been built - and till now we used to run the application/reports by logging in as admin.....

    Gangac5 pointsBadges:
  • How to use lookup query to return only entries matching the related field of active record

    I'm creating a lookup field and would like to list only those items relevant to the record actively using the lookup. So my DB has two tables one using the lookup which as a child ID field that I'd like to match with the parent ID field of another table.

    YesMayhem5 pointsBadges:
  • MS Access 2007 mass email list?

    I was wondering is there a way to create a mass email from a query or table that would send out in MS Outlook? I know of a way of extracting a table and importing it into Outlook but my boss wants a more efficient way.

    Itguy1509220 pointsBadges:
  • Help Creating a Training Record Database

    We have an employee database that the managers want to use to track mandatory and option training. We already have an employee table, and I added two more. tblEmployee   (EmpID,EmpName,EmpProgram,EmpStatus,HireDate)  Has the basic employee information tblCourse      ...

    RaeLyn10 pointsBadges:
  • Need to modify an existing form in Access 2007

    I have just migrated to Access 2007 from previous versions. How do you bring up a window that displays all the objects in the database and then select one for modification. I have been able to modify tables and queries but cannot work out how to modify existing forms or reports.

    Mantis5 pointsBadges:
  • Using Access query data in Excel

    I have a need to use some employee data that is contained in an Access database in a dashboard like application in Excel. I have tried several attempts at getting this data but have not had any success. I can move the entire file, but I really need to move only the data that meets some selection...

    Ronmcnaughton5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Query to return a single value for each record based on max FIELD, not max record

    I have a table with 12 date columns per record (D1 thru D12) and I want to select from each record, the max date of those columns (not the max of the records).  I know: select max(D1) from table1 will yield max of D1, but say I want D3 from record1, D1 from record2, etc (using the following...

    Schlingel0015 pointsBadges:
  • Relational Database

    What kind of tables are used in a membership database other than name & address.

    4jab15 pointsBadges:
  • Importing from an Excel worksheet to Access form

    I have set up my database in access including the form that I want to import my information into, however when I try to import from an excel worksheet into access, it changes all my field names to field 1,2,3 etc. Then when I look at the form page all my sections have the word #NAME? in them. How...

    Horses5 pointsBadges:
  • How do I run Excel Reports?

    Is is possible to run reports similar to how you run reports in Access in Excel 2007? If so, how?

    Lysprice5 pointsBadges:
  • Copy/paste a record with VBA in Microsoft Access

    How can I copy number of records from a form and paste them in another form with VBA, not with the right click, in MS Access? Thanks!

    Toli70 pointsBadges:
  • Conversion from FileMaker Pro to Microsoft Access database

    How do you convert FileMaker Pro 7 database to an Access 2007 database file?

    Ccardona5 pointsBadges:
  • Fingerprint recognition in Java

    I want a programing source code for fingerprint recognition time and attendance payroll system in Java language. I also want the source code for capturing a fingerprint image and storing in MS Access in Java language for the same project.

    Anikketthakre5 pointsBadges:
  • Access 2007 IIF statement in query criteria

    This is a query design looking at a checkbox on a form, if its checked, I would like to return only the database fields (ConfigData) that contain text. If it isn't checked, return all the fields whether they have text or not...Pretty basic filter I thought. It seems like I'm getting close but can't...

    Scubacy25 pointsBadges:

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