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RENAME ACCESS DB FIELD BY SQL Statment

Posted on 2006-11-30
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SQL Statement

ALTER TABLE  TableName RENAME COLUMN  col1 TO newCol

is not used in MS ACCESS

Using vb 2005 need to rename a field in an access table

thanks alot
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I believe the only way you can accomplish this is by:

1)  Adding a column:

ALTER TABLE yourTableName ADD COLUMN NewName datatype(size)

2)  Run an update statement to copy the data from the old column to the new one:

UPDATE yourTableName SET NewName = OldName

3)  Then drop the old column:

ALTER TABLE yourTableName DROP COLUMN OldName

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