Access updating using linked tables error

04 Sep

Not only is that time you don’t have, but it could lead to errors, which would be embarrassing.So you want to link the table or graph in Excel to your Power Point slide.In most cases you should also set up individual user accounts before working extensively with the DB as well. Quoting the doc about --skip-grant-tables : This enables anyone to connect without a password and with all privileges [...] Because this is insecure, [...] use to get your exact My SQL version, then go for sudo dpkg-reconfigure mysql-server-5.x (replace 5.x with your server version, btw). Quoting the doc about --skip-grant-tables: This enables anyone to connect without a password and with all privileges [...] Because this is insecure, [...] use I came across this very annoying problem and found many answers that did not work.

Can anyone see anything wrong or something I've missed out that would cause the code not to function as desired? Once it is defined as relative path, I will never required to change again. Name Next i For i = i - 1 To 0 Step -1 n = tablenames(i) If Left(n, 4) n Then dbs. Delete n: Linking dbs, dbs_source, n End If End If End If Next i Private Sub Linking(target As Database, source As Database, whichtable As String) Dim td As Table Def Set td = target. Thanks for your support and expect again Parminder Singh If your referring to my post then it is not required to use VBA since you can automate Access in VB. Create an App variable object instance and open the db. The code I wrote is below: Main file's database password is : 1234 Link file's database password is : abcd Link Data2file's database password is : abcd The code show me message box with expacted message: MS Access; PWD=abcd; DATABASE=C:\Folder1\Folder2\Link But not change the "Connect" property. If If make Remark the code line which is changing the "Connect" property, then code show message box , open MS Access and close MS Access. Thanks Parminder Singh You must delete linked tables first! Check your /var/log/for a line talking about a "temporary password". On re-install you set a root password and this fixed the problem. Follow the instruction Thank you for your interest in this question.I found this code elsewhere so I take no credit for it. To install mysql after uninstalling it I think digital ocean has a good tutorial on it. https://gist.github.com/James Daniel/c02ef210c17c1dec82fc973cac484096 I am using mysql-5.7.12-osx10.11-x86_64in Mac OSX The installation process automatically sets up a temporary password for root user. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).