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Is there a way I can list all the tables in an Access database using a SQL query?
SImilar to the SQL Server:
select TABLE_NAME from INFORMATION_SCHEMA.TABLES

But something that will work on Access
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Question by:MattWilkinson
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SELECT *
FROM MsysObjects
where type = 1
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by:MattWilkinson
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I get the following error when I run that query

Record(s) cannot be read; no read permission on 'MsysObjects'.
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you may have to login as an admin or granted read permission on system tables
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select [name] from msysobjects
where [name] not like 'msys*' and type=1
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by:MattWilkinson
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How do I login as admin on an access database?

I am local admin on the machine (db file is on c:\ drive) with no password set
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by:jamesgu
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in access, go to tools\security\user and group permissions

check what is the current user you're using
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