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Posted on 2008-10-21
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Dear Expert,

I have a database file which hold around 10 fields. And now would like to add one more field by SQL statement. Can I do that like follow?

Create Tabe Test (Test Int);

Seems wrong, because it didnt allow me to go ahead...(I am using the Access)

Thanks.

Ricky.
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hnasr earned 125 total points
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This code adds field c3 to table t1.

Private Sub Command19_Click()
    Dim dbs As Database
    Set dbs = CurrentDb
   
    dbs.Execute "ALTER TABLE t1 " _
        & "ADD COLUMN c3 CHAR(20);"
End Sub
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by:hnasr
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If table is in a different database, use:
Set dbs = OpenDatabase("NameOfDatabase.mdb")

When you finish the code,
dbs.Close
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by:Rickyyy
ID: 22774245
Run-time error '3293':
Syntax error in ALTER TABLE statement.
'------------------------------------------
Public Function Insert()
    Dim dbs As Database
    Set dbs = CurrentDb
   
    dbs.Execute "ALTER TABLE RawData " _
        & "ADD COLUMN Test INT(2);"
End Function
'------------------------------------------
any problem on it???
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by:Rickyyy
ID: 31508445
Finally, I am using the SQL statement to add the new column in tables.

ALTER TABLE rawdata ADD test int

But anyway, thanks again.
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