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Sami Shamma              
2 years ago
Hi
Greate videos. Thanks.
After I split my Database, I created a new table. How can I now add only this table to "backend"?

Thanks
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
Add your tables to the back end, not the front end.

Then just re-link your tables in the front end.
Sami Shamma              
2 years ago
Thanks
Sami Shamma              
2 years ago
I added the table to the backend. Then when I open the "Linked Table Manager" in the front end, I only see my old tables, my new table is not showing. How do I add it to the linl list?

Many thanks
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
Go to Linked Table Manager, I normally push Add, name it the same as my other datasource, file name is the back end file. Finish. Then find the new table in the list, highlight it and press OK. You can also do it with the relink button I believe but it asks a lot more questions.
Sami Shamma              
2 years ago

Sami Shamma              
2 years ago
Hi Again
Sorry to be a pain. The table is there "DefaltT" but it does not show up on the linked list. What am I doing wrong?
Thanks
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
DefaltT is a local table in the picture. Not linked to the backend. Did you make the table in the backend?
Scott Axton            
2 years ago
BACK UP First!
Work with a COPY of your FE & BE to make sure what you are doing first.


You need to import the new table - "DefaltT" into the BE
Open up your BE database and click External Data > New Data Source > From Database > Access

In the dialog box that comes up choose your front end database.  Make sure the Import tables option is clicked. (NOT link to data)

Now close both the databases.  Reopen the FE only.  You should see the table in the Link Table Manager now.
You can then add it in via the links.

Once the table is linked in the back end you can safely delete that one in the front end.

Remember:  When working with a split db any table additions or modifications are directly in the BE database. Then you have to link them in the FE (if they are new).
The FE db should only be used for Forms, Queries, Reports, etc.  The BE should only contain
your tables (actual data)

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