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How to delete a relationship from a back-end database in VBA

Posted on 2012-12-22
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The back-end is Access 2007 and password protected.

I have done a lot of research on the web but so far nothing worked.

I would really appreciate a complete example function.

Thanks in advance.
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the command is simple

CurrentDb.Relations.Delete "RelationName"
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I had to modify it to get to the back-end:

   Dim db As DAO.Database
   Set db = OpenDatabase(strBackEndFull, False, False, "MS Access;PWD=p@$$w0rd")
   db.Relations.Delete "tblReportstblReportsFieldsSettings"
 
But other than that, it worked.

Thanks very much.
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