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Old June 6th, 2003, 09:29 AM
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Default How to export to excel from an ADP

HI All,

Any one got an idea on how to get data from sql to excel or even a text file via an ADP project? I used to be able to use the transfertext function in a MDB but I keep getting a

error 3027 cannot update. Database or object is read-only.


File name isn't long. Error seems to be the same if I use a view, procedure or even a table.

Help appreciated. Cheers
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Where is the code you are using?
And, for whatever file you are trying to update, are the underlying NTFS permissions OK?

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There's another option you could try - connect Excel directly - you don't really need the ADP as far as I can tell.
Just open up Excel, and go Data>Import External Data>New Database Query
This will allow you to connect Excel to any ODBC data source, and run a query that returns to Excel

Or am I missing something here?


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