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Executing a SQL Server Stored Procedure from Within Access

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Familiarize people with the process of utilizing SQL Server stored procedures from within Microsoft Access. Microsoft Access is a very powerful client/server development tool. One of the SQL Server objects that you can interact with from within Microsoft Access is a SQL Server stored procedure. After writing the necessary code, you can programmatically execute even a parameterized SQL Server stored procedure.

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1. The video first shows the viewer the SQL Server stored procedure that the code will execute.

2. The video then takes a step-by-step approach to the VBA code necessary to execute the stored procedure.

3. Finally, the video demonstrates how to pass parameters from a VBA subroutine to a SQL Server stored procedure.

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Author:TechMommy
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by:Eduardo Mesa
Why the video can't view full screen?
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by:Leonidas Hänz
the code is single, practical and it useless for me ,but i guess some words while i writting dummy test.
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by:Doug Foster
OMG, Alison Balter.  I took a couple VB courses of hers in the early 1990s.  She is awesome, a really great teacher.  I still have her Access 97 book which is my absolute favorite tech book ever, and very, very dog eared.  

I'm now doing hard core SQL Server and Excel/Access VBA, and I can thank her for really getting me going in this arena so many years ago....
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by:TechMommy
Hi Doug,

Thank you for your kind words. I really appreciate you taking the time to place your comments. I am glad that I had a positive impact on your programming career. It is awesome that you are doing such wonderful things with your career!

Best to you!

Alison
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by:Brogrim
Not just Doug , there is 1000's of us who broke the back of programming with your books. as the saying goes "Give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, teach him how to fish an you feed him for life".

Thanks Alison

Alan
President of your Irish Fan Club
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by:SantiASC
Hello,

The connection works perfectly, thank you. How can I display this data in a query or table?

Thank you.
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