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Old September 30th, 2005, 11:34 PM
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Default HOW TO: create stored procedure in Ms access

PLease give a detailed help on how to create stored procedure in ms access ,like those of PL/sql in Oracle

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Old October 2nd, 2005, 10:49 PM
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Easiest way would be to use MSDE/SQL Server (or indeed Oracle), either that or you could just google for the answer:
http://www.google.com.au/search?hl=e...soft.com&meta=



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actually you can not create stored procedures by using access as desktop application but you can do it as follows:

use SQLSERVER AS A DB ENGINE AND USE ACCESS PROJECT TO LINK WITH SQLSERVER BY THIS WAY YOU CAN CREATE STORED PROCEDURE

 
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Hate to disagree with you edammat, but I believe Microsoft would have something to say on that matter. Although you can't create SPs using the Access UI, you can still create them in Access.
The third result of the above search demonstrates this:
HOW TO: Create a Parameterized Jet Stored Procedure using DDL in Access 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=202116

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Access 2010 has both stored procedures, and also has table triggers. And, both features are available even when you not using a server (so, in 100% file based mode).

If you using SQL server with access, then of course the stored produces are built using SQL server and not access.

For access 2010, you open up the table (non design view), and then choose the table tab. You see options there to create store procedures and table triggers.
 
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Good information thanks for sharing with us.





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