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Append query Split Database Ms access

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Hi,

I have a split (FE and BE) databse.  I want to run an append query to append to an exisitng table.  The question is:  Do I run the query in the FE or BE and then relink the table?
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>Do I run the query in the FE or BE
Either one works.  Usually this is done in the FE, and the BE is only the tables and relationships.

>and then relink the table?
No, as the table will stay linked regardless of the select-insert-update-delete activity on it.
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Ok Let me try on Monday and will let you know how I make out
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Did my comment help?  'Let me try on Monday and get back to you' isn't exactly a valid solution.
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I saw I never responded so I tried to respond and give you credit, but I think I completed the form incorrectly.  Your comment worked perfectly so I just wanted to give you credit for the solution and mark it as accepted.
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Ok.  Thanks for the grade.  Good luck with your project.  -Jim
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