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How do I establish a one to many relationship using DAO?

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How do I establish a one to many relationship between two tables using DAO code? Thanks.
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Are you looking to create this relationship in the target Access DB, or "on-the-fly" in a recordset you're pulling from the DB?
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tbsgadi earned 375 total points
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Have a look at the following:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/193165

Good Luck!

Gary
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Sorry, the first is many to many
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by:skennelly
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Thanks for your responses. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. Tbsgati, I will look at the code that you have pasted. In answer to CThomp, I need to update it in a recordset. I am updating a back end database in a remote location with a new table. I am able to create the table, using a DAO recordset but am having trouble establishing a one to many relationship with another table that is already in the database. Thanks again, I let you know how it goes.
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