Updating access data from excel
Close Set acc RST = Nothing: Set acc Conn = Nothing End Sub Sub Get MDB() Dim cn As Object Dim rs As Object str File = "Z:\Documents\Database\Database1.mdb" str Con = "Provider=Microsoft. OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=" & str File & ";" Set cn = Create Object("ADODB. Open str SQL, cn With Worksheets(1) For i = 0 To rs. I have an Access 2007 database with a table which is linked to data in an Excel 2007 workbook that is being used in the Access queries & reports.Is it possible for Access to automatically refresh that Excel workbook?I'm currently having to open, save & close it (it is linked to a separate workbook which is generated daily by an export from another application) before I can use a macro to have Access email a PDF of that report out.After that I have to find how to disable the Outlook popup which says that the program is attempting to send an email message on my behalf.this will limit the probability that the Excel data is actually wrong and you are overwriting good with bad.
Walking through the scenario, the script or macro would have to compare the key field from the Excel file and match it with the key field in the Access DB.
Description End Sub Sub Insert Into() 'Declare some variables Dim cnn As adodb. Command Dim str SQL As String 'Create a new Connection object Set cnn = New adodb. Connection String = "Provider=SQLOLEDB.1; Integrated Security=SSPI; Persist Security Info=True; Initial Catalog=Northwind; Data Source=Excel-PC\SQLEXPRESS" 'cnn.
Active Connection = con 'delete all records first if checkbox checked If . Execute "delete from tbl_demo" End If 'set first row with records to import 'you could also just loop thru a range if you want. Close Set con = Nothing End With Exit Sub err H: Msg Box Err.
If you view the unmatched query before executing it you will see what will be appended. ID, table2FROM table2 LEFT JOIN Table1 ON table2.[ID] = Table1.[ID] WHERE (((Table1. Create a query that joins the spreadsheet to the table you want to update using the unique ID. Change the query to an Update query and pick the columns you want to update (not the PK) and enter the column names from the spreadsheet which will be the source of the data.
ID) Is Null)); Q2: INSERT INTO Table1 ( ID, vvv ) SELECT [table2 Without Matching Table1]. If you only want to append the ones you don't have in the original table then: 1. create the 'Find unmatched' query (via the query wizard,) 3.Then create a second (append) query (joined on the key to the unmatched query) that will only append records that were found in the unmatched query.