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VB to Excel,   Error: too many fields defined.

Posted on 2006-07-20
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Hi

How can we resolve this vb error: too many fields defined. The database is an excel file. It works if I create 1 field.

thanks.



strRequest = "create table [pattern$] ([DateTime] time, " & _
" [SunPat] char(10),[MonPat] char(10))"

cn.Execute strRequest
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Could you explain somewhat further what you're trying to accomplish. Do you mean you can run the code once and it works but the second time does not?
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