Access Query - Field Name Recognized As VBA Function
Jul 10, 2013
I'm trying to query Access for some data. One of the fields I need to grab is called MOD, which also happens to be a VBA function. How do I get Excel to recognize MOD as a field name instead of a VBA function? (Renaming it is not an option)
stSQL1 = "SELECT MOD FROM CST_ClaimbyLop WHERE CoCName='" & myCST & "'"
I'm trying to query a query in Access 2003, from Excel 2003.
The query in Access looks like: AccessQuery: [SELECT VBAFunction(field1) FROM Table]
The query in Excel looks like: ExcelQuery: [SELECT * FROM AccessQuery]
I use the following VBA code in Excel to excecute the query:
With ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(cDataSheetName).QueryTables.Add(Connection:=strConnection, _ Destination:=ThisWorkbook.Worksheets(cDataSheetName).Range("A1"), Sql:=strQuery) .RowNumbers = True .Refresh BackgroundQuery:=False iResultRowCount = .ResultRange.Rows.Count End With When I execute this code I get the error message 'SQL Syntax Error' (Error 1004). When I remove the VBA function from the query in Access, it all works fine.
I have an MS Access query that contains a parameter. The parameter is a date field, and I have configured that in the Access query. If I run the query within the MS Access user interface, it prompts me for the paramater value as expected, and runs just fine. However, I want to connect to this query from within Excel as a data source.
I have created a connection to the Access file using ODBC from within Excel. In the MS Query window, I am merely selecting all of the fields resident in the MS Access query, and returning all values. In other words, there is no selection criteria in the MS Query. I have done this many times with Access queries that DO NOT contain a parameter, and everything works fine. However, in this instance, I need to pass a parameter through to MS Access in order for the query to run. At the moment, I get the "Too Few Paramaters...1 expected" error message. This makes sense, because I haven't figured out how to pass the paramater to MS Access.
Is there a way to structure this that does not involve VB code? If so, I'd love to know how. I have tried creating parameters in MS-Query with the same name, but although I get the prompt it doesn't connect with the Access query as the source for the parameter value.
If the solution requires using code, I'm good with VB Code in Excel...is there VB for Excel code that could make this happen?
Failing that, I guess there must be (I've seen a few in my search thus far) Access VB Code that can make this work. I'm very rusty using VB with Access, so this is my least favored solution. However, if this is the only option, keep in mind that I need to pass the paramater ultimately from a user who will initiate the process using Excel.
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Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Dim custname As Variant Dim Custnum As Variant Dim cnn As New ADODB.Connection Dim rst As New ADODB.Recordset custname = Range("TextBox5").Text Custnum = Range("TextBox4").Text With ActiveSheet.QueryTables.Add(Connection:=Array( _ "ODBC;DSN=Insolvency;Description=Insolvency;APP=Microsoft Office XP;DATABASE=Insolvency;Trusted_Connection=YES"), Destination:=Range("Listbox1")) .CommandText = Array("SELECT * FROM POST WHERE Customer_Account_Name=" & custname & " AND Customer_Account_Number = '" & Custnum & "' ORDER BY Customer_Account_Number") .Name = "Insolvency Post Query"..........................
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>>>>>The above line of code I have problems to get right!
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