DoCmd.TransferDatabase gives "2498" error

Hi, for some reason I am getting a "2498" error “An expression you entered is the wrong data type for one of the arguments” when I attempt to run this DoCmd.TransferDatabase feature.
What am I doing wrong? I have triple check ALL the names.

E:\NCHE\ExternalDatatoImport\comprehensivedatafiles.mdb is the location I am copying from
The code resides and the table is being copied to E:\NCHE\WorkingFiles\Issues5.mdb

The table name I want copied is data_members
The table I am importing to is also called data_members and is just structure.

Here’s my code:

Private Sub cmdImport_Click()
Dim strNAME As String
strNAME = Me.txtProperties
Dim intAwnser As Integer
intAwnser = MsgBox("Are you sure you want to run the import function?", 4 + vbCritical, "Run Import?")
If intAwnser = 6 Then
DoCmd.TransferDatabase acImport, , "E:\NCHE\ExternalDatatoImport\comprehensivedatafiles.mdb", acTable, "data_members", "data_members", "False"
 MsgBox "Done"
Exit Sub
End If
End Sub

If any one can see what I am doing wrong I would really appreciate it!
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Jim HornSQL Server Data DudeCommented:
> "False"
Just use False, without the double-quote marks.

Hope this helps.

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Just to expand on Jim's answer:
"False" is a string containing the letters F a l s e
False is a built in constant in VB which equates to 0
To see the difference try:
msgbox not False
msgbox not "False"
in the immediate window of VBE
JakeBushnellAuthor Commented:
Hmm, looks like I have more then one problem.  Now it says
“Runtime error “2507” The type isn't an installed database type or doesn't support the operation you chose. “

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Jim HornSQL Server Data DudeCommented:
You could avoid the DoCmd.TransferDatabase command (I don't use it in my apps), and just use linked tables + append queries.
JakeBushnellAuthor Commented:
Thanks guys, I also need to explicitly define what type of data it is. I just inserted "Microsoft Access" and wala!
Thanks so much!

Yeah, I realize now there are several ways to do it but this seemed the easiest for a beginner like me :)

JakeBushnellAuthor Commented:
The other reason I wanted to use this is it will be regularly used every 3 months with new tables that will have the exact same structure every time.
Thanks again!
>regularly used every 3 months with new tables
What Jim was saying about "linked tables" will take care of that too.  To try it, back up your database, goto Tools>database utilities>database splitter.  That will split your database to a front end with all the forms, reports, code and all the "running parts" and a back end which will have the tables with the data.  Every three months, you just change out the back end.
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