Updating records with attachment fields
I maintain a 9 year old database which I recently converted to Access 2007. While doing so, an attachment field was added to one of the tables.
My problem: I recently gathered some data in the attachment fields in the development copy of the database and wanted to transfer the additions to the production table. The update query came back with a message to the effect that you can't use an attachment field in an update query.
Has anyone else encountered this problem? If so, what is the workaround? VB or manual re-entry of the data
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I maintain a 9 year old database which I recently converted to Access 2007. While doing so, My problem: I recently gathered some data in the attachment fields in the development copy of the database and wanted to transfer the additions to the production table. The update querycame back with a message to the effect that you can't use an attachment field in an update query.
If so, what is the workaround? VB or manual re-entry of the data?
I was wondering if it is possible to add one attachment to multiple records. I don't think there will be many attachments within the database and most of them will be word documents. However there could potentially be 20 records all with the same attachment so it would be good to just attach a file once but to multiple records.
I have table call "empTable" and it has an Attachment field called "Attachment". Some of the records has empty Attachment field and some record has one attachment and some has two and the attachment types are jpeg and pdf.
I want to remove all the pdf from all the records in this table automatically with VBA or something,
Previously using Access 2003 now using 2007 for the first time - was using a text field for paths to images for displaying on forms, now I see there are attachment fields that seem to be for images. Question is how do I convert the text field into an attachment? Or should I even be trying
Please find attached my form, the "Slide" field is of type attachment. This field usually has min 5 attachments, is there a way that a record can be made for each attachment added, the Start and End Date will be the same for every attachment.
Can someone please help, it takes a long time to add each attachment seperately.
I have a form in which the fields are enabled or disabled based on user permissions. If a user has only 'Read' permission then all the fields are disabled else the fields are enabled. Now I also have an attachment field in my form. If I disable the attachment field, then the user is unable to view the attachments. I want the users with 'Read' permission to view the attachments but not manipulate it. Like, a user with 'Read' permission must not be able to 'Add' or 'Remove' an attachment, but he must be able to 'Open' the attachment and 'Save' the attachment.
P.S: I have used the default 'attachment' which comes with MS-Access, that is I have added a field with the datatype 'attachment' and made my textbox a bound field in the form
Table of Contents:
Updating Records in MS Access;
Form and Data Access Page based update;
Updating data using the Update action query;
Updating the column using ADO.
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Updating Records in MS Access; Form and Data Access Page based update; Updating data using the Update action query; Updating the column using ADO
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