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1 Open the Access database that will receive the SQL data. If that database is already
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open, switch to the Database window.
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2 Choose the Get External Data command from the File menu, and then choose Import
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from the submenu. Access opens the Import dialog box, as shown earlier on page 183.
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3 Select ODBC Databases in the Files of type drop-down list. Access opens the Select
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Data Source dialog box, shown in the following illustration, from which you can select the data source that maps to the SQL server containing the table you want to import.
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Importing and Linking Data You can select a data source name (.dsn) file that you created previously, or click the Machine Data Source tab, as shown here, to see data sources that are already defined for your computer.
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Once you select a data source, click OK.
4 For SQL Server or MSDE, you might need to enter a login ID and password. On a
Windows 2000 or Windows XP system, MSDE configures to use your Windows logon to authenticate you, so you do not need to log on to your server. If you connect to a server that uses SQL Server authentication, the driver displays the SQL Server Login dialog box as shown on the next page. You must supply a login ID and password with sufficient authority to read the table you want to import.
Part 2: Building a Microsoft Access Desktop Application
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[ODBC] DRIVER=SQL Server UID=JohnV Trusted_Connection=Yes WSID=JVXPTEST APP=Microsoft Open Database Connectivity SERVER=(local) Description=SQL Server Local
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To create a new data source name file, click the New button and follow the instructions to pick an available ODBC driver and locate the data source. A data source is simply a named set of ODBC driver parameters that provide the information the driver needs to dynamically link to the data. If you re familiar with the parameters required by the driver, you can create a data source name file like the one listed here for SQL Server.
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Microsoft Office Access 2003 Inside Out
Part 2: Building a Microsoft Access Desktop Application
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For a server database using SQL Server authentication, enter your login ID and your password, and click OK. If you are authorized to connect to more than one database on the server and you want to connect to a database other than your default database, enter your login ID and password and then click the Options button to open the lower part of the dialog box. When you click in the Database text box, Access logs on to the server and returns a list of available database names. Select the one you want, and click OK. If you don t specify a database name and if multiple databases exist on the server, you ll be connected to the default database for your login ID. When Access connects to the server, you ll see the Import Objects dialog box, which lists the available tables on that server, as shown next.
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For a Microsoft FoxPro database or file, the ODBC driver displays the ODBC Visual FoxPro Setup dialog box, as shown next. Enter a Data Source Name and optional Description. Select the Database type, and specify the database name or table folder location in the Path box. Click Browse to navigate to the file or folder you want.
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Importing and Linking Data
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5 From the list of tables or list of files, select the ones you want to import. In the Import
Objects dialog box for SQL Server, if you select a table name in error, you can click it again to deselect it or you can click the Deselect All button to start over. Click OK to import the SQL tables you selected.
6 If the import procedure is successful, the new table will have the name of the SQL or
FoxPro table. If Access finds a duplicate table name, it will generate a new name by adding a unique integer to the end of the name as explained earlier about dBASE files.
Troubleshooting
Access won t use ODBC for all file types Notice that the Machine Data Source tab lists installed sources for dBASE, Excel, Access, and Visual FoxPro Files. Access will not let you use ODBC for dBASE, Excel, and Access because it uses its own more efficient direct connection via its database engine. Access 2003 uses ODBC to import and link to Microsoft Visual FoxPro, but you must have FoxPro installed on your machine to be able to work with FoxPro tables from Access.
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Troubleshooting
Connecting to a specific database using trusted authentication When you connect to a server using Trusted Authentication (your Windows user ID), you automatically connect to the database specified in the data source. You might need to create more than one data source if you need to connect to more than one database on that server. See the Appendix, Installing Microsoft Office, for details about defining ODBC data sources.
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