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Consolidating data in access

Choose the destination object names in the "Destination" list.

However, moving from ODBC to OLE DB Access may involve modifications in the application code.

Some free tools from Microsoft can assist you with the migration process.

Sub Get Data() Dim str Where To Copy As String, str Start Cell Col Name As String Dim str List Sheet As Stringstr List Sheet = “List” On Error Go To Err H Sheets(str List Sheet). Select ‘this is the main loop, we will open the files one by one and copy their data into the masterdata sheet Set current WB = Active Workbook Do While Active Cell. If you want to learn how to develop applications like these and more, please consider joining our VBA Classes.

In the summary page check that the Wizard will do what you asked it to and click Finish. In the "Choose a destination" form, choose "SQL Native Client", your SQL Server instance name in the "Server" field, Authentication information and the destination database name in the "Database" field. Choose the objects you would like to transfer from Access in the "Source" list (by enabling the specific object or enabling the "Source" header to choose all objects).

Here is how you run the DTS/SSIS wizards: In SQL Server 2000, from the Enterprise Manager: Choose the objects you would like to transfer from Access in the "Source" list and then the destination object names in the "Destination" list.

If the Destination name does not exist, the object will be created.

First, lets take a look at the consolidate data VBA code. Since we are using the same instance of Excel we may allow the user to preserve the format of the data being pasted. Allow the user with the option to clear data before new is pasted. Please Note: You would need to create the data files on your system, this download only contains the code template to consolidate.