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TransferText not writing output in sequence in Access vba 2010

TransferText not writing output in sequence in Access vba 2010

(OP)
I am using transfer text to create a text file and the output is randomly writing blocks of records out of sequence. Is there something I can do to correct this please?

My statement is :-

DoCmd.TransferText acExportDelim,,"TASExportTrans", namespath, False

RE: TransferText not writing output in sequence in Access vba 2010

(OP)
Sorry guys I found a glitch in my input file please ignore this thread.

RE: TransferText not writing output in sequence in Access vba 2010

(OP)
Although I've corrected my input file the output is still being produced in random sequence blocks.

RE: TransferText not writing output in sequence in Access vba 2010

(OP)
I've now resolved this by assigning a key to the table. Then filtering out the key in a query which in turn, is used to drive the transfer text command.

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