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Posted on 2016-07-21
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I have a spreadsheet with two tabs.
Tab 1 is a Pivot table of Tab 2
Tab 2 is created via a connection through ODBC

I have a macro that request to refresh all but the summary pivot table is being refreshed first so it does not reflect the details which have not yet been refreshed.  The details then are refreshed and accurate but the pivot table is not.

By refreshing again, the pivot table does reflect the details that are now accurate.

Does anyone know how to address this?
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Question by:Joe M
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by:tomfarrar
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If I understand what you said, it sounds like the macro is "refreshing all" pivot tables before the ODBC is updated.  The order of execution should be reversed.  I believe the "refresh all" command is probably only related to all the pivot tables and not the raw data from the ODBC.  That would be my guess.
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by:Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)
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Make sure you use the following line of code before the code which refreshes the pivot table.

Tab2.querytables(1).refresh backgroundquery:=false

See if that resolves your issue.
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Jerry Paladino earned 250 total points
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The behavior your experiencing is typical when"Refresh All" is used in a macro.   Refresh All does update all the connections and the pivot tables but the timing is rarely consistent where the ODBC connection will be executed before the Pivot Table that relies on it.

If your code uses an "ActiveWorkbook.RefreshAll" command, I would suggest that you replace it with the code that Neeraj suggested above to specifically update the ODBC connection and then use the code below after that to update the Pivot Tables.
 Dim pc As PivotCache
    For Each pc In ActiveWorkbook.PivotCaches
      pc.Refresh
    Next pc

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by:Joe M
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Thank you everyone for your help
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