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I need either SQL code or Visual Basic code to populate 2 junction tables (associative tables) in a patient treatment plan database.  

I need to insert (or add) the Patient# from the patient table and the DD_CODE_ID from the DD_CODE table into the Patient_DD_Code table.  And insert (or add) the Patient# from the patient table and the TX_Category_ID from the TX_Category table into the Patient_TXCategory table.

Do I write this code in a query or on a form with a command button?  I'm not sure where to write the code for this.

Thanks for any help you can give me.

tlm17
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The quickest way would be to do both.
Create queries that would actually move the data (append queries)
Then you can have this code on a command button:
docmd.setwarnings false  ' turn off the notify
docmd.openquery "query1Name"
docmd.openquery "query2Name"
docmd.set warnings true ' notify back on (good idea)

Does that help?
Walt

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if you want the queries to run faster use the execute method of the currentdb object


CurrentDb.Execute "query1Name", dbFailOnError
CurrentDb.Execute "query2Name", dbFailOnError

Using the execute method negates the need for the two setwarnings statements.

Mike
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Sure does.  Good idea dataman.
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