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Importing Brio table from Access Database

Posted on 2006-11-13
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Hello,

I have a client, using Hyperion Intelligent Client, who wants to import a brio table into an access database.  I'm thinking that it may be easier to export the bio table via a OCE connection to the Access database.  I'm not sure how to go about importing a Brio table into access via VBA code.  I would appreciate any help.



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When you can export the Brio table into a .csv format, it will be easy to import using the standard import function of Access you get as option when creating a new table.
When you have ODBC you can also use the linked table option and a table make query to move the data.

What do you prefer, linking or importing ?

Nic;o)
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Is there an ODBC driver for this DB? if so u can create this and then use DoCmd.TransferDatabase to make your import

I found this
http://www.asu.edu/data_admin/WUG/Setting%20Up%20Access%202000%20Updated.pdf
from the link http://www.asu.edu/data_admin/data_warehouse-FAQ.html#access

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