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link and sysncronize two table in different database

link and sysncronize two table in different database

link and sysncronize two table in different database

(OP)
I have a sql server table named TABLESQL.
I have access database in c:\mydir\MYACCESSDB.mdb and a table named TABLEACESS

I just have active connection with adojet from the two database:sqlconn and accessconn

The two table have exactly the same names and numbers of fields.

My prob is:

Synchronize the field1_sql and the field2_access, field2_sql and the field2_access, field3_sql and the field3_access....ecc

In this mode when the record value in the field1 of sql table changed, changed also the realted field in access table in real time.
Important form me a solution.

Other way are wel come to have the same effect wath i have explain.

note:
Not have permission to insatll sql manager but have only a reading permission on sql table e a complete permission on access database.

Sorry for my bad englsih, but i think you have an idea wath i wantsmile

If is possible with vb6 calssi and adoject(?)  

 

RE: link and sysncronize two table in different database

(OP)
sorry for upsmile

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