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Access: check file path in sql database

Posted on 2013-11-19
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Does anybody know an easy way to verify a file path?

I have a Db with Part Number and Path to image. I want to verify the path to image is correct.

E.g Part1 P:\Product Images\2013\image.bmp
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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you can use the dir() function

if dir("P:\Product Images\2013\image.bmp")<> "" then
    msgbox "File Exists"
    else
    msgbox "File Not Found"
end if
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by:HKFuey
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Thanks for the help ended up using FSO
    Dim fso As New FileSystemObject
    If FileOrDirExists(OBText) Then
    Rst.Edit
    Rst!OK = "Y"
    Rst.Update
    End If
    Set fso = Nothing

Function is here:
http://www.vbaexpress.com/kb/getarticle.php?kb_id=559
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