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Open query analyzer results in acess

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   How to open query analyzer results in MS Access?

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You can't do it directly.
Instead encapsulate your query as a view.
Link / Open that view from SQL Server in Access so that you can view the results of the query in Access.
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In addition, if you link the SQL Server tables in Access, then you can run the query in Access (although, if you do, you should do it as a passthrough, so it executes on the SQL Server rather than in Access).Going with the view, as rrjegan17 suggests, is the safer course.
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