Running a query / macro through scheduled task
Task scheduled to execute macro?
I heard its possible to create a windows scheduled task to execute a macro in a db at a specific time? Can someone explain how to do this?
Why my macro cant close the Access
I have maded a simple macro which completes query which makes a new table. After that the macro saves the changes and closes the Access. Everythig works fine when I complete the macro from the desktop icon.
But when I try to complete the macro from Windows scheduled task (in every three minutes) the macro cant close the Access. Macro completes the query fine but then it says that it cant close the Access because of some module uses OLE or DDE. (I have not ever made any modules in my database) And after that Access claims that Access try to complete DoCmd object and you choose cancel. So what does that mean?
I have only maded a simple macro which runs query and close the Access so why it claims like that? And why the macro works when I starts it myself (from desktop icon)? So how I can get my macro to work from Windows scheduled task
Create an Outlook task for an Access macro
I have an Access macro that runs a function to run a query and export it to my C: drive as an excel spreadsheet. I would like to have a task on my outlook to run this macro. It is not scheduled, it needs to be able to be run on demand.
I know I can create the outlook task from a Saved Export, this macro also has to run the query that has a user inputted date parameter.
Need to automatically close Access
I have a Microsoft scheduled task to open MS Access, and my DB, and run a macro that runs a query, and updates a table several times a day. This is on an unattended computer that runs 24X7. The problem I am having is getting Access to close. I can close the access DB via the macro, but can't seem to get anything to work to close Access itself. Since access is not closing - the schedular still shows my job as running, and will not run at the next scheduled time. I have seen referances to Application.Quit and DoCmd.Quit, but I can't get them to work in my macro in my Access DB (I have fair Access knowledge, but no VB knowledge, and haven't worked with macros very much
Macro sending report twice instead of once
I have a macro which sends a report from Access, I used the Scheduled task to run the macro on a specific time everday. I Placed the below code in the Timer() Event of the main form. the macro is running fine but the reports are being sent twice.?
Static intCounter As Integer
Private Sub Form_Timer()
If intCounter > 1 Then
Me.TimerInterval = 0
intCounter = intCounter | 1
Error 2950 In A2007 in AutoExec Macro From Trusted Location
I'm running Access 2007 on a Win XP box. I have a make table query to create a local table from linked Oracle tables. I have been running this successfully for a couple months in a trusted location from an AutoExec macro via a scheduled overnight job.
I recently started receiving a 2950 error when running the query from the macro, but when I run it manually itcompletes successfully.
When a macro runs, does it wait for the previous step to finish before beginning the next? In one macro I have it runs a query that takes a little time to run due to the large number of records. I want to close the database when the macro is finished running (this is an automated task that runs when I am not here) but I don't want to add this step if it is going to try to close in the middle of running the query
Task Scheduler using Service Account
Just hoping someone has handled setting up a Scheduled Task using Service Account (with no interactive login capabilities) credential to run an Access Database.
Access 2003 SP2
Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition
Certificates are not being used
Using Task Scheduler to run an Access database macro with my credentials poses no problem, once the security is set low.
SA is a network domain service account beloging to the Local Admin group on the server. The account does not have interactive log in capabilities. To test, HKLM had the missing security key created (Level) with a value of 1 (low). The jet key "Sandbox" already existed and had a value of 2.
When the scheduled task runs the database fails to open, which suggests there is still a pop-up (macro security?) window waiting for a response.
PS. If anyone doesn't know how to schedule a database open a thread and I will show you one (cheap way) to set it up
Executing Access macro
I execute an access macro from a batch file. I use this command:
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12\MSACCESS.EXE" file.mdb /x Import /nostartup
The macro is executed correctly but I see always that access window starts, even if I use /nostartup command. How is possible?
the second problem is about what happens when the macro gives an error.
I would like that in every case msaccess process is killed. This macro is scheduled in windows task, so every morning when I open task manager, I see a lot of msaccess.exe processes.
So I would like to know how to force the killing of access process when the work is ok but also when it's not ok. Now I use the "Quit" command inside macro. I see also a lot of other commands but I don't know which is better to use
last thing: is it possible to wite the result of the macro executed by access in a log file? If not how can I know if the macro is ok or not
Access scheduled task
Anyway to set it up so an access application will run as a scheduled task while logged off? The task is set to run even when the user is logged off. When I try and I log-off it wont run it
2010: Exit with status code for Windows Task Scheduler
I'm running an Access 2010 macro from Windows Task Scheduler. For various reasons, the macro might fail, in which case I'd like Windows Task Scheduler to retry starting the task a few minutes later.
To achieve this, when my Access code quits I need it to return a status code to tell Windows Task Scheduler whether it succeeded or not. (I think the codes are 0 for success or -1 for failure.)
MSACCESS Remains in TaskMgr after Exit
I'm setting a scheduled task to run a macro from an Access 2007 database (actually Access 2007 linked to an Intersystems Cache database). When I run it the report is displayed as desired and the window closes, but in Taskmgr MSACCESS.exe is still running. How do I get it to exit
Macros - Use Macros to automate your work in Access!
If you find yourself doing the same routine task over and over again, you might want to consider creating a macro to complete the task for you. A macro helps you perform routine tasks by automating them. Instead of manually performing a series of time-consuming, repetitive actions, you can record a single macro that does the entire task all at once for you.
Microsoft Access 2007 - Outlook Task to Scheduled Daily Imports
Microsoft Access 2007 has a new feature. You can now start a saved import or export of data using Microsoft Outlook Tasks. The task can be scheduled to trigger the import or export on a repeating basis such as daily or weekly.
Mltiple Group By concept?
I'm fairly new at all this, so here's what I'm trying to do.
I have a query that has the following fields:
Task_Number (number of items completed for task)
I want to take that query and generate two reports that will tell me the following:
1) Total number per task per date
2) Individual number per task per employee per date
The problem I'm running into is that each task can appear multiple times per day, as we have multiple employees assigned to each task. I don't want it to list each instance of task (which is what the report is doing now), but rather a total sum of Task_Number for each task each day.
This is my current query for Total Task_Number per date:
SELECT DISTINCT Data.date_id, Data.Task, Data.Task_num
GROUP BY Data.date_id, Data.Task, Data.Task_num
ORDER BY Data.date_id;
update: here is a screenshot of the report I'm working with, hopefully to illustrate my point
Macro from task scheduler
I have a macro that I want to run every five minutes so I have made a scheduled task.
the string is:
"C:\Users\Justin\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Progra m Files (x86)\PaperWRX\Data\pwEssentials.mdb - Shortcut" "/x ApendCustMacro"
Which runs perfect from the run (start menu) but I get errors from task scheduler.
"Action failed to start" ect
I have also tried:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12\MSACCESS.EXE" "C:\Users\Justin\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Progra m Files (x86)\PaperWRX\Data\pwEssentials.mdb - Shortcut" "/x ApendCustMacro"
with the same effect
Send an excel workbook from access
I have an existing excel workbook that I would like to send via email using MS access macro through a windows scheduled task.
Eg I want to send c:\temp\Workbook 1.xls through an "autoexec" macro from MS access.
Run macro automatically Access 2003
I have a macro, when clicked, will export a query into a file location as xls format.
I would like the macro to scheduled to run automatically. So if I left access open, I would like the macro to run at 07:00am in the morning.
I searched for this and someone (not on this forum) advised if I add the wherenow()>"07:00am" it should run automatically. I have tried this, but does not work.
Calender with pop-up data entry form and conditional formatting
I am not good at using macro's or vba code and need some help, or a sample to start with that I can modify to meet my needs. I am developing a Task scheduling database and need a Calender form that will do the following. I am using Access 2011
* When click on date open pop up form for data entry specific for that day.
* When total hours scheduled for that day exceed a set value turn box / date yellow.
* When total hours scheduled for that day exceed a set value turn box / date red.
How to you tell Access 2010 to run VBA code?
I started with creating a Macro in Access 2010 which is very repetitious (open a query, update and close. move to next query). I used the Macro builder to make sure I got the right code commands and then converted to VBA because it is my understanding running code is better than running a macro (but I still haven't seen anything thatexplains to me why that is so).