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Run a stored procedure in MS-Access from windows task scheduler in VB.Net

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Hi there all experts,
                            I have a vb.net application with MS-Access as the back end. There are some queries I would like to run using the windows task scheduler if it's possible. Thanks for the help in advance.
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Create VB.NET application that will run query and call this application from the scheduler

To run query

        Dim oAccess As Object
        Dim sDB As String = "c:\testdb\db.mdb"
        Dim sQuery As String = "Myqry"

        oAccess = CreateObject("Access.Application")

        ' Open the database
        oAccess.OpenCurrentDatabase(sDB)
        oAccess.DoCmd.OpenQuery(sQuery)
        oAccess.DoCmd.Maximize()
        oAccess.Visible = True
        oAccess = Nothing
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Thanks iboutchikne, i will try that soon and let you know
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