equivalent field types in Access from sql server express

access 2010
sql server express 2008 r2

I have a table created from a sql server script:

i need the equivalent field types in access please: where i have a  ??


CREATE TABLE [dbo].[main_xref_t1](
      [ROW_NUMBER] [bigint] NULL,     =    ??
      [SKU] [varchar](14) NULL,    =  Text 14
      [ShortDesc] [varchar](40) NULL,  =  Text 40
      
[LongDesc] [varchar](500) NULL, =   ??

      [MfrNum] [varchar](40) NULL, = text 40
      [MfrNumCondensed] [varchar](8000) NULL, =    ??

      [VdrBrandName] [varchar](40) NULL, = text 40
      [UOM] [varchar](3) NULL,  = text 3

      [UOMQty] [numeric](7, 0) NULL,  ??
      [Price] [numeric](12, 2) NULL, ??

      [SlsStatus] [varchar](2) NULL,  = text 2
      [CatalogPgNo] [int] NULL,    ??

      [CompMfrNum] [varchar](50) NULL, =  text 50
      [CompMfrNumCondensed] [varchar](40) NULL, =  text 40
      [CompMfrName] [varchar](40) NULL, =  text 40
      [CompSKU] [varchar](30) NOT NULL, =  text 30
      [CompSKUCondensed] [varchar](30) NOT NULL, =  text 30
      [CompName] [varchar](50) NULL, =  text  50

      [CompSKUDesc] [varchar](8000) NULL,   ??

      [CompUOM] [varchar](1) NOT NULL,  1

      [CompUOMQty] [numeric](9, 0) NULL,  ??
      [CompPrice] [numeric](12, 2) NULL,  ??

      [XRefType] [char](2) NULL, =  text 2
      [XRef_Comment] [varchar](250) NULL,  =  text 250
      [CAOrange] [char](1) NULL, =  text 1
      [CAWhite] [char](1) NULL, =  text 1
      [Country] [varchar](2) NULL, =  text 2
      [Green] [char](1) NULL, =  text 1
      [ExclBrand] [char](1) NULL, =  text 1
      [GSAComplaint] [char](1) NULL, =  text 1
      [ParentSKU] [varchar](14) NULL, =  text 14
      [Division] [varchar](2) NULL, =  text 2

      [customerShipQty] [int] NULL,     ??
      [PricerMinPurchaseQty] [numeric](5, 0) NULL,  ??


      [SKUVanEligible] [char](1) NULL =  text 1


Thanks
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
These should do. The nasty one is BigInt which has no equivalent in JET/Access:

      [ROW_NUMBER] [bigint] NULL,     =    Text
      [LongDesc] [varchar](500) NULL, =   Memo
      [UOMQty] [numeric](7, 0) NULL,  Long
      [Price] [numeric](12, 2) NULL, Currency
      [CatalogPgNo] [int] NULL,   Long
      [CompUOMQty] [numeric](9, 0) NULL,  Long
      [PricerMinPurchaseQty] [numeric](5, 0) NULL,  Long

/gustav
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FordraidersAuthor Commented:
autonumber...and do not import it?   bigint ?
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FordraidersAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the information
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
If you don't need it, yes.
Also, even if created as BigInt, it perhaps only holds values that could be converted to Long. If so, you could create queries to convert those values.

/gustav
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