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Add strings to Each record in Access

Posted on 2011-09-18
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As you can see that “Filter” query counts the repetition of each string.
What I want to do is to create another table with this query and do some access vba that changes the string in each record of the newly created table like this:

Filter
name      count
a                2
bb                2
ccc                 4
d                3

Now...........

A
bb
ccc

Becomes….

http://A.apsx
http://bb.apsx
http://ccc.apsx


So in essence, I am actually appending [http://] in the beginning and [.aspx] at the end of each record in a newly created table, along with the count column.
How that can be done in access vba? Please assist.

thank you
Rayne
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by:Rayne
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I am attaching the sample access
Test.accdb
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You just use a make table query..

SELECT [Name], "http://" & [Name] & ".apsx" INTO Newtable  FROM filter;


are you sure it's apsx and not aspx
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Make table query!
check attached database query1.
Design modified!

SELECT qlFilter.aname, "http://" & [aname] & ".apsx" AS lnk INTO Table2
FROM qlFilter;

Test-2.accdb
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by:Rayne
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Hello peter57r,

I remember you helped me a year ago in EE !! I rocked that summer internship because of EE and superfast experts like you :)
hehehe, yes thats aspx and not the other version that i mentioned  :]

hnasr, thanks for helping here too


Rayne
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by:Rayne
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Awesome help always
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Welcome!
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