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I wanted to know how to import data from access into a table in a SQL 2005 database.
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There is a migration assistant for access tool from Microsoft.You can use that,
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=D842F8B4-C914-4AC7-B2F3-D25FFF4E24FB&displaylang=en

thanks
Satheesh
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I am not looking to import access DB just info from the access DB to SQL tables.
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You need to copy just the data right.So right click on the database --> tasks-- Import,select Access,select the mdb file and select the option"copy data from one or more tables"
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