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create a new table by VBA code in another ms access database

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Hi:
I am in a Database1
I need to create this table in a Database2
Table name ReportDB
Column# 1 : ReportNo  Numeric long
Column# 2 : ReportName Text 250
Column# 3 : ReportDesc Text 250
Column# 4 : RepValue Numeric long
Column# 5 : QueryName Text 250
Column# 6 : QueryDate date/time
Column# 7 : QueryRemarks memo
Column# 8 : QueryStatus Boolean

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Question by:Mohammad Alsolaiman
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 250 total points
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try this code
Sub createTable(dbPath As String)
Dim db As DAO.Database
Set db = OpenDatabase(dbPath)
Dim sql As String
sql = "CREATE TABLE ReportDB"
sql = sql & "( "
sql = sql & "   ReportNo        LONG, "
sql = sql & "   ReportName      TEXT(250), "
sql = sql & "   ReportDesc      TEXT(250), "
sql = sql & "   RepValue        LONG, "
sql = sql & "   QueryName       TEXT(250), "
sql = sql & "   QueryDate       DATETIME, "
sql = sql & "   QueryRemarks    MEMO, "
sql = sql & "   QueryStatus     YESNO "
sql = sql & ")"
db.Execute sql
db.Close
 
End Sub

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by:EXTRHMAN
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Here is a link to one possible solution.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb177893.aspx

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by:Mohammad Alsolaiman
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Hi:
Wonderful
Ok
Actually I have the same table in database1, contains data.
And I need to fill in the new table I just create it in database2 with the same data in database1.
In other word , I need to copy the table structure with the data in it from database1 to database2.
Is it possible to do so.
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by:dannywareham
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Of course.
You can create a table with:

Dim mySQL as String
mySQL = "INSERT INTO mynewtable FROM yourtable"
DoCmd.RunSQL mySQL
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pleas forgive me if i'm not fair
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