Excel & SQL View 2010 issues
Posted on 2012-09-05
upgraded to Access 2010. I have encountered 2 problems. using the import from excel button, so this isn't a VB issue. can't open the query bject to make changes. When typing in sql into a query or a report or anything in a microsoft product, it parses the sql statement, then it removes parenthencies in it, the query is bad.
1. When loading a table from Excel, the load completes properly the first time. When I try to load another sheet, I get a “Subcript out of bounds” error dialog.
2. I created a query using the SQL View. Now when I try to open and edit the query, I get a “JOIN expression not supported” error dialog and the program will not allow me to edit the query.
I applied the following with NO CHANGE:
Subscript out of range message is a Visual Basic error due to an array subscript that is not valid because it falls outside the allowable range. The lowest subscript value for a dimension is always 0, and the highest subscript value is returned by the GetUpperBound method for that dimension. Supposedly once you change the subscript to within that range the error will stop.
The “JOIN expression not supported” is a known issue. The workaround is to put brackets around your JOIN expression.
Can anyone suggest anything else that may resolve this issue?