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  • In Access Developer 33, Lesson 4, I show how to loop through all of the linked tables in your Access database and automatically reconnect to them if they need it. This uses the TableDefs collection and table attributes which I didn't really cover much of in the Seminar. 

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  • Addendum 1: if you have a yes/no value in Access, it will get changed to a bit value on the server. If you don't specify a default value, you won't be able to delete records. Also show how to use GETDATE() to provide default date/time at the server level.
     
  • Addendum 2:
    • Moved passwords to a global module to make them easier to update
    • Added a TimerInterval change to the Main Menu On Load event
    • You will need the dbSeeChanges option if you use a Recordset to a linked table on SQL Server
    • More with SQL Server not liking Yes/No fields. Not only will you not be able to delete them as in Addendum 1, but they could potentially lock your whole table. So, I'll show you how to remove NULL values with an update query (instead of just deleting them like I did in Addendum 1), set the Allow Nulls property on the server, set the default value on the server and in your Access forms, and other stuff.
    • How to change text throughout the table with the REPLACE and CAST functions in SQL

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Brad Weekley 
2 months ago
Converting the tables to SQL Server does not seem to be too difficult but, converting the FE to a web application appears to be a huge undertaking.
Am I correct that you would have to recreate all queries, forms and reports, and rewrite all VBA code?
Alex Hedley
2 months ago
ASP Courses.
Seminar
Web Data Sync
Richard Rost
2 months ago
You are correct. The front-end has to be completely rebuilt with whatever technology you want to use. If you want your users to interact with the Access front-end, you can send them that. If you want a web portal, you need to design it in something like ASP. Microsoft has a new tool out to connect Access to their "Dataverse" and Power Portal. I'm just now starting to explore that myself, so my review will be coming out soon. But in the mean time, read this.
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Despina Karayanni 
2 months ago
Hello Richard,
I'm trying to issue an invoice(report) through my SQL online database, however I get an error message: "Run-time error 3079- The specified OrderT.TLX could refer to more than one table listed in the FROM clause of your SQL statement" Read More...
Alex Hedley
2 months ago
Have you added any aliases to your Tables in your FROM clause?
Despina Karayanni
2 months ago
Oh, I am sorry for bothering the forum, actually this OrderT.TLX was a misused variable that had to be abstracted from the OrderInvoiceQ - the source of the Invoice Report. Thank you very much again.
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Despina Karayanni 
3 months ago
Hello,
I've tried to modify SQL code for the query PayeeswithBalanceQ, in order to form a pass through query.
the code is:
SELECT CCur(Nz(DSum("Balance","BillsWithPaymentsQ","PayeeID=" & [PayeeID]),0)) AS TotalBalance, CCur(Nz(DSum("Balance","BillsWithPaymentsQ","PayeeID=" & [PayeeID] & " AND DueDate < #" & Date() & "#"),0)) AS PastDueBalance, DMax("BillDate","BillT","PayeeID=" & [PayeeID]) AS LastBill, DMax("PaymentDate","PaymentsByPayeeQ","PayeeID=" & [PayeeID]) AS LastPayment, PayeeT.* Read More...
Richard Rost
3 months ago
It's difficult to tell because by itself that SQL is almost meaningless to me. However, if this is for a pass-thru query to SQL Server, then your dates should be enclosed in single quotes '1/1/2000' and not #1/1/2000# like Access uses.
Despina Karayanni
2 months ago
Thank you for your answer. Actually, I modified the Query in an aggregate query. And it worked fine!
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