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- Access VBA Tables – Update, Count, Delete, Create, Rename, Export
- Updating a table from data in a form. Without using an update query
- Insert, update, and delete records from a table using Access SQL
update table values with form
To start we will demonstrate the simple commands for working with Tables in Access. Later in this tutorial we will show you full professionally developed functions for working with tables in Access. The above code examples are the simple commands you can use to interact with Tables using VBA. However, you will often need to add much more supporting code including error handling to properly utilize these commands. Below you will find professionally develop functions for working with Tables in Access. The above code will export to a new spreadsheet. Instead you can add a table to an existing spreadsheet. Dim fields As String. Close acTable"Table1"acSaveYes. Close acTable"Table1"acSaveNo. TableDefs strOldTableName. SetWarnings False. On Error GoTo Err :. Dim r As DAO. Dim c As Integer. EOF Then. End If. Exit Function. Err :. DescriptionvbExclamation"Error". End Function. End Sub. Dim tdf As DAO. On Error Resume Next. TableDefs strTableName. MsgBox "Table was found! Dim strCreateTable As String. Dim intCount As Integer. Dim strFields As String. Dim strValues As String. Dim intCounter As Integer. Dim intData As Integer. On Error GoTo Err.
Access VBA Tables – Update, Count, Delete, Create, Rename, Export
Now imagine if you have thousands of products and you get a price update for the products through an excel sheet as below:. Obviously, you cannot manually edit the price for each and every product. Besides being time-consuming, you are likely to make mistakes. Step 1: First, we start with creating a connection to the Access Database and open the connection using the code:. If you just need to get the data from Access database into Excel, you can simply import the data without using VBA. Argument 3 — adOpenKeyset is the CursorType. Data changes by other users are still visible. Argument 4 — adLockPessimistic is the LockType. It indicates pessimistic locking, record by record. The provider does what is necessary to ensure successful editing of the records, usually by locking records at the data source immediately after editing. Argument 5 — adCmdTable implies that a SQL query is generated to return all rows from the table named in the source. Step 3: Now we have the entire table contents in the record set. What we need to do next is, for each product row in Excel, we need to update the corresponding price in the Access Database. For that we need to filter the recordset based on the Product Name using:. Make sure that the quotes are taken care of. So, now the recordset now contains either a single row with the desired product name or is empty if that product name does not exist. If it is empty we use the. AddNew method to insert a new record into the table and set the values for the product name and price. In our example, this piece of code will not be executed. Else, we simply update the price of the product found in the recordset. This is how the table will look after the execution of the code. You can also import an excel sheet into a table. Here is the entire code put together.
Updating a table from data in a form. Without using an update query