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How to modify multiple field of an access table

Posted on 2013-01-14
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Hi Exparts,

I used the following VBA code to modify a table field:
Currentdb.execute "Update tblTarget_sr INNER JOIN tblMerged_test ON tblTarget_sr.[Customer Part]=tblMerged_test.[Part No] SET tblTarget_sr[Target total time]=tblMerged_test.[total time]

But I have more three fields in Update tblTarget_sr that need to modified at the same time while the above condition met.

Please advise me what would be the VBA code to modify other fields.

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by:mbizup
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Just add them to the SET clause like this:

Update tblTarget_sr INNER JOIN tblMerged_test ON tblTarget_sr.[Customer Part]=tblMerged_test.[Part No] SET tblTarget_sr[Target total time]=tblMerged_test.[total time], Field2 = abc, Field3 = XYZ, Field4 = NNN, etc..

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In VBA:

Currentdb.execute "Update tblTarget_sr INNER JOIN tblMerged_test ON tblTarget_sr.[Customer Part]=tblMerged_test.[Part No] SET tblTarget_sr.[Target total time]=tblMerged_test.[total time], tblTarget_sr.[Field2]  = abc, tblTarget_sr.[Field3] = XYZ, tblTarget_sr.[Field4] = NNN, etc.."

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by:alam747
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Thanks for your prompt response.

I have several field to update therefore its too long, I used _ (a space and underscore but its giving me compile error.
Is there anything need to do like shift key or anything else.

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Post your Code here and I'll see if I can help out...
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