To create an SQL pass-through query, you must first create a system data source name (DSN,) and then you can create the SQL pass-through query. Creating the System DSN on a Microsoft Windows 2000-Based or a Windows 2003-Based Computer. Click Start, point to Settings, and then Click Control Panel. In Control Panel, double-click Administrative Tools.
Learn how to create a pass-through query in Access. Enter your query in SQL View. Note There are important differences between Access SQL and SQL Server TSQL, especially with syntax, function names, and function arguments.For more information, see Comparing Access SQL with SQL Server TSQL. Tip Build the TSQL query in SQL Server Management Studio first, and then copy and paste the SQL into.
This is called a Pass-Through Query in Microsoft Access. By the time you have finished reading this tip you will know precisely how to create one. If you have been following along with this tip series on Microsoft Access and SQL Server integration then you should have an Access database with the following linked tables to an instance on your SQL Server for the 2005 Northwind database.Next we'll jump back-and-forth between MS SQL Server and MS Access to create identical queries and look at what occurs within the Query Engine in SQL Server to demonstrate the need to use Pass-Through queries when working with MS Access and a non-Jet data engine.We've recently created and migrated our Access DB backend to SQL Server. I'm trying to, using VBA code, create a connection to the SQL Server backend and run a passthrough query with the results stored in a VB recordset. When I try this, the query is NOT passing through.
SQL Server Stored Procedure Guide for Microsoft Access. The first and easiest method is to use a pass through query with the SQL code invoking the stored procedure. This type of query is ideal when you need to base a report or form on a stored procedure and will be the focus of this first post.Read More
On the Select Query window that appears, choose the Query option from the Microsoft Access menu bar and then select the SQL-Specific and Pass-Through options from the Query dropdown menu. This will bring you to the SQL Pass-Through Query screen shown in Figure 1.Read More
MS Access 2003: Create a New Pass-through Query. This MSAccess tutorial explains how to create a pass-through query in Access 2003 (with screenshots and step-by-step instructions). How to Create a New Pass-through Query. Now that you've set up your ODBC connection, you can begin to setup your pass-through query. To do this, create a new Query.Read More
How to Use MS Access Forms to Pass Values to Queries. This article describes how to dynamically change a SQL Passthrough query and a local Access query. A SQL Server View from the AdventureWorks database is used, but a local Access table may be used, too.Read More
Using Pass-Through Queries in MS Access. Pass-Through queries are coded in the dialect of the back end database. Because the syntax is specifically intelligible to the targeted database server, there is no need for the query to be translated by the MS Access Jet engine.The absence of a need to be translated is the chief advantage of using a Pass-Through query, as we shall see.Read More
Denies write permission to other users (Microsoft Access workspaces only). dbInconsistent (Default) Executes inconsistent updates (Microsoft Access workspaces only). dbConsistent. Executes consistent updates (Microsoft Access workspaces only). dbSQLPassThrough. Executes an SQL pass-through query.Read More
Access VBA loop through Table records. Suppose we have an Acess Table or Query and you want to loop through the records (in Excel terms, to loop the values in each row), we have to make use of Recordset objects, which has different Methods to help us manipulate data in a database at the record level.Read More
Pass-through queries are not processed in the same way as regular Access queries against linked tables. The SQL syntax you type in a pass-through query is passed directly to SQL Server. Any references to forms or controls on forms in a pass-through query are meaningless to SQL Server, so you must pass the actual values for your parameters. A.Read More
Write SQL for your Pass-through Query. Since you are choosing to create a pass-through query instead of linking to the table, Access does not know the table or field names in your external database. So you will have to write your SQL without the help of the Query Builder in Access. As a result, you'll need to switch your query to the SQL View.Read More
This is a part one of two-part on how you can make your queries much more powerful. In first part, we look at whether we’re in or not. Part two can be found here. The IN clause is a great tool to have in your arsenal, it can allow your forms to be editable or filter forms using.Read More