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Access export error

Posted on 2013-02-05
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Hello,
     I have a form that is tied to a query.  The form is used to enter dates.  I have it setup to export to a text file.  I run the identical form and query on several databases with no errors except for one throws an error.  I have attached a screenshot.  IT still will export to the txt file but deletes a bunch of data.
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Question by:aplona
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by:jerryb30
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This looks more like an import error.
Can you post a sample db?
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Dale Fye (Access MVP) earned 250 total points
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Looks like the datatypes of the fields in your SELECT statement, don't match the field types of the fields you are trying to insert into.  Make sure that the fields are lined up in the same sequence in the field list and in the SELECT statement.

Can you post the SQL
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aplona,

Why the "B" grade?
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