Hi, current environment: AccessDatabase (.mdb) file located at secured network share special domain user account has read/write permissions to this network share
Corporation updated my server and i started getting this error (provided from the server team): GET, /page/pages/MarketMatrix-2.asp, |236|800a0e7a|Provider_cannot_be_found._It_may_not_be_properly_installed.,
Has or does anybody have information about working in "AHK" "Auto Hotkey" and connecting to an access database? Have found this link: https://github.com/IsNull/ahkDBA
I am trying to connect an access 97 database from php, I have tried three ways methods and none works for me: $db = 'c:/VENTAS.MDB'; $odbcname = "ventas_dsn_sistema";
I am new to SQL Connection strings. We recently migrated from SQL Server 2008 32 bit to SQL Server 2017 64 bit. The database I am using is an Access 2010 32 bit and we upgraded to Access 2013 32 bit. I believe the connection string that was being used for SQL Server 2008 32 bit was
I wrote a VB .NET program using VS17 that opens Excel files and loads the data into an Access database. For .xls files, I use the connection string: Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source= ...;Extended Properties Excel 8.0;
Bonjour et merci voici mon besoin j'ai un fichier excel qui me permet de gere mes contact depuis un userform dans le quel il y a des textbox et une combobox qui a pour base une table access
Hi, it is working in Excel-32 bit version, but not working in excel-64 bit. I have a linked table in ms-access which is linked to a sql server table, and when I am trying to fetch the data in excel via VBA from ms-access linked table the error message "ODBC connection failed" showing.
I have a legacy Delphi database, with an application written in Borland Pascal. It's an old system, running on a virtual XP box, since it won't run on anything newer.
Is it possible to supply a database password that is let's say supplied when the user logs into the website. Example "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Users\MyName\Documents\mywebsite_assets\database\database.mdb; Jet OLEDB:Database Password=" + strPassword
I'm learning ADO.NET and have been stuck for DAYS trying to get a connection string for a plain, vanilla .mdb database. I've been trying potential connection strings and permutations from this site but NOTHING works; the database connection is never opened.
Hi, We have an Azure SQL database and a local Access app that needs to interact with it. Using VBA-generated pass-through query definitions to grab data as needed, no linked tables and no permanently saved queries.
I have tried the following variations of the same statement in Powershell 5.1: $objCon.Open("Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0; Data Source=C:\MyDocuments\WWW.mdb")
I have an Acces 97 database working on a Windows 7 PC where I can get data from it by XAMPP with phppdoodbc. I want to have this database on a QNAP NAS with Linux arm5, on Debian9 with a working Apache2 and PHP7, but I cannot get it to work. I now use:
I am trying to insert excel data into an access database. The code below works perfectly for me even though it gives me access denied after successful upload. <% Set cn = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Study Guides or Test Sample for the position of Admin asst? I’m testing for administrative Asst in the civil service sector.So I’ve to take a test to MS Word and Excel. and it’s practical to test my abilities.
Fingers crossed someone can help. I am looking for a connection string to use in MS Access 2010 to connect to Oracle using SqlSriverConnect so that I can specify SQLDRIVERNOPROMPT. My attempts to format a connection string to date have been unsuccessful. Please accept my thanks in advance.
Trying to create an updatable form in Access 2010 connected to sql server 2014. I Don't want to use linked tables as many results will be provided by stored procedures. Using
hi What does MLD=0 represent in the attribute of a Odbc Connectstring? Thanks N
I have a mysql server running on x.x.x.x, and can access it internally no problem (of course). However when attempting to connect externally, ie using mysql workbench, or even from an external server, I get the error message "Host 'bla.bla.bla' is not allowed to connect to this MySQL server".
when i was trying to connect my access file to C# program while running i faced the popup with that "The'microsoft.ACEOLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine". please provide any solution that can help me to find answer.
I have an access database on a web server with CPANEL and I want to connect an application created in Visual Basic .Net 2010, I want to be able to connect to it and modify data, but I can not find the connection string ... I hope your answer thanks!
I am upgrading an Access 98 to Access 2007 and having problems with "open connection" code. The old code is 'Open connection set ConnObj = server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") ConnObj.Open "datatronics"
I'm trying to make a simple connection to a microsoft access 2016 database through a vb.net code, it's very simple: Cn.ConnectionString = "Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=D:\Data\VBtest\ConnectigToSecuredAccessDB\Production3.accdb; Jet OLEDB:Database Password=aros20;"
I try to export some data from excel to my access database, but on line 15 rs.open I get the error Arguments are of the wrong type, are out of acceptable range, or are in conflict with one another. I can't seem to figure out what is going wrong here. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!
I've read many questions about that problem but i still can't solve my problem. When I run my website on localhost everything is working. The problem happens when I run my site on SQL Server 2008. I've got an error:
What is the Access OLEDB connection string for Office 365? Thanks.
Hi Everyone, need some help on my school homework. I would like to ask what is the connection string of Access 2016? Thank you!
I'm trying to use a third party tool to query an Excel Worksheet. On my old server which had office 2007 the connection string Provider=Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0;Data Source=C:\temp.xlsx;Extended Properties="Excel 12.0 XML;HDR=YES";Persist Security Info=False
I have an MS Access application that currently connects to a SQL Server instance using Trusted Connection via the following file DSN settings: [ODBC] DRIVER=SQL Server TrustedConnection=Yes DATABASE=APUBMARTY