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Local table on an access project (adp)

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I have an access project connected to an sql server
, i need a local table but cant definde it.

does anybody know how to define alocal table on an access project ?
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You can't - you'll need some other alternative.
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by:peter57r
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Hello liorgal_israel,

You can't use embedded local tables in an adp.

One alternative would be to use an external ('local') mdb file to hold the local table and to use dao or ado code to open and manipulate the data.  

Pete
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