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Converting Access Application to SQL Server

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I'm using the SQL Server Migration Assistant for Access to move an Access database to SQL Server.  Many of the queries failed to migrate.  Here is an example of one:

UPDATE ttbl_Equian_Clients, qryEquian SET qryEquian.Parent = IIf([AccountName]="Equian",[ClientName],[AccountName]), qryEquian.[Employer/Insured] = [ClientName], qryEquian.payor = IIf([AccountName]="Equian",[ClientName],[AccountName]), qryEquian.[claim admin] = IIf([AccountName]="Equian",[ClientName],[AccountName])
WHERE (((ttbl_Equian_Clients.[Client ID])=Left([CLAIM NUMBER],4) Or (ttbl_Equian_Clients.[Client ID])=Left([CLAIM NUMBER],5)));

How do I fix such a query and manually migrate it?  I can easily turn that into a stored procedure, but how does Access then know to use the stored procedure?

Apologies if I seem a bit dumb, this project kinda got thrown at me and I'm a SQL Server guy, not an Access guy.

James
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