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SQL Server 2005 to Access 2000/2003

SQL Server 2005 to Access 2000/2003

SQL Server 2005 to Access 2000/2003

(OP)
Is there no work around to getting the ADP to work with SQL Server 2005?

Could I hard code using an ADODB connection to Update and Insert?

Any ideas people?

RE: SQL Server 2005 to Access 2000/2003

(OP)
Dim stStoredProcCall As String
stStoredProcCall = "sp_SaveDefJobInfo " & 1234567 & " " & 1 & " " & "'09/18/06'"
DoCmd.OpenStoredProcedure stStoredProcCall

I tried something like this, but it gave me an error.

How do I pass parameters with a stored procedure call in Access to SQL Server 2005?

RE: SQL Server 2005 to Access 2000/2003

Dashen,

Your problem is not an SQL 2005 issue, it is a syntax one...

Check back in thread958-1251122

You were there.

You more or less have to use a form with input paramaters and open it in datasheet view instead.

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