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Posted on 2012-03-17
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I have a query that I am running when a button is clicked.  I am using the DoCmd.Openquery method to run the query.

Is there a method/code that is faster in access to run the query.  I know ther are other ways to sepcify and run a query - wanted to know what my option are.

Here is the query:

INSERT INTO AC_DB2ADMIN_VIEWAECAPHEADER
SELECT DB2ADMIN_VIEWAECAPHEADER.*
FROM DB2ADMIN_VIEWAECAPHEADER;

Thanks for your help.
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Question by:johnmadigan
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 500 total points
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Try just this;

CurrentDB.Execute "YourActionQueryName", dbFailOnError

If you have DoCmd.SetWarnings False   anywhere, Comment that out.

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by:aikimark
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I don't see a Where clause.  Do you mean to insert all the DB2ADMIN_VIEWAECAPHEADER rows?
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by:GRayL
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Can you explain what you are trying to do with that query - I see taking all the records from a given table and inserting them back into the same table?
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