• SQL MS Access – Displaying output in a certain order

    Hi Team, SELECT mergeddatabase.Roomno, Count(*) AS Boxesscanned, Sum(mergeddatabase.Currentweight) AS RoomsTotalweight, mergeddatabase.Currentdate AS RequestedDate FROM mergeddatabase WHERE (((mergeddatabase.Currentdate) Between [Forms]![FrmDateRange]![TxtStartDate] And...

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  • Best way to create a large Access databases.

    I am new to Access databases, as I am sure everyone says there first time. One thing I do know is that the database I will create will be very large and I would like to know is it better to break up the database in to several linked databases together or just have one and live with it.

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  • Converting from Access 2003 to Access 2007

    Hi everyone, I have 3 desktop with Access: One have Access 2003 two of them have Access 2007. So I divide my Access database in two parts on of them have tables an other a form queries, etc. My problem is, is possible link tables for these three desktop's. Because of that difference I convert for...

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  • How to handle Java database?

    I want to know about how Java code allows me to handle MS Access (database) (such as insertion deletion and update ..ect ).

    munnyram12345665 pointsBadges:
  • Display data item which is start from Particular letter from database table in C# .NET

    In C# .NET (SELECT * FROM [tablename] where fristname LIKE 'k*') this query is not work with MS Access database.

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  • Access 2003 – Setting Form’s Recordsource

    Hi I have a SQL query which I know works.  I tested it by creating a pass-thru query in Access and running the query below: SELECT PcSd.PRICE_SCHEDULE_ID, CASE WHEN PcSd.PRICE_LEVEL_CD IN ('BGA', 'BNG') THEN 'Brand' ELSE 'Generic' End As Price_Level, PcSd.PRICE_TYPE_CD, PcSd.DISPENSE_FEE_AMT,...

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  • Access 2007 Report displaying the content of three different fields in one box?

    I am creating a report in MS Access 2007. I want to create one box that displays the content of three different fields. i.e. Salutation First Name and Last Name. I used to do this in Access 2003 this way =[Salutation] & " " & [First Name] & " " & [Last Name] but in 2007 I am getting an error. Any...

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  • Access form won’t clear after each entry is added

    I have an access form with an add button. The button adds the record to the table, but the form won't clear that entry out. How do I clear the entry?

    Bonniw5 pointsBadges:
  • How can we migrate Oracle database to Microsoft Access?

    How do I migrate an Oracle database to Microsoft Access?

    Vsrameshkumar025 pointsBadges:
  • Importing Data GAL entries into Access 2007

    Need to import outlook GAL entries into Access 2007 & have the database updated when I change a field in the GAL entry.

    AGB25 pointsBadges:
  • Database connectivity between Microsoft Access and C++

    How can I give database connectivity in code of C++, and my database is stored in Microsoft Access?

    Myinfy185 pointsBadges:
  • Need to recover Microsoft Access database

    I have a task regarding access database. I and my organization is using access database  to maintain my access files in well mannered way. But due to varied reasons access file showing error message: Error 3112: Your access database got corrupted will not be able to show the database. Due to this...

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  • Convert an Excel spreadsheet to a Access database.

    My questions: How do I convert data from an excel spreadsheet to a Access Database? How do I convert a access form to excel - Using the form as a front for data capturing? How do I link multiple users to a access database - making allowance for data to flow simultaneously into the database?

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  • Access database table linked to Excel file question

    Can multiple instances of the same access database be open when linked to same excel file?

    SeenFresh25 pointsBadges:
  • How to change the location where JPG is looked for in ACCESS

    I enter data for trophy fish catches into an AK. Dept of Fish and Game database. I inherited the DB. I have no IT help. All pictures were in a messy folder with the DB. I sorted the pics into sub-folders. Now the program cannot find the JPG associated with a particular entry. I assume somewhere the...

    Gingkobrother5 pointsBadges:
  • Access Reports to PDF file

    Greetings, I have an objective that's been driving me in circles.... Windows XP Office 2007 I need to figure out how to convert "multiple" Microsoft Access reports into one PDF file through VBA. Access 2007 has easy way to convert one report at a time to PDF, however, I cannot figure out how to...

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  • 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:
  • Convert OpenOffice Base to Microsoft Access

    Is there a way to convert an existing OpenOffice Base database to MS Access?

    Naomih15 pointsBadges:
  • Filtering a Subform

    How do I filter a form based on a value contained in the subform?

    Johnandy5 pointsBadges:
  • MS-Access linked table to AS/400 file – can’t retreive field descriptions/headings

    I have created a linked table in MS-Access 2003 over an AS/400 file.  It works pretty well so far.  The problem I have is I only get field name and type.  I don't get any field description or heading information form the file. Any suggestions on how I can retrieve the descriptive info as well?

    MBERIC120 pointsBadges:

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