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Converting rows into columns in Access .ADP

Converting rows into columns in Access .ADP

Converting rows into columns in Access .ADP

I am working in .ADP and converting .mdb modules to .adp;i am facing a problem in making a loop through each record.
I have a table 1 like this:

a          b
a          c
a          d
a          e

i want to put these in another table 2 like this:
a          b      c      d      e
Please guide how to do this in .ADP module.
There are more than one cell name and more than 4 neighbors,This is just for example.Infact neighbors equal64.Also,there is autonumber field in the table.Kindly guide in the form of code.
this is what i used in MS Access.mdb but i need similar thing in .ADP

sample code:
SQL = "SELECT RFPlanNei_OMC2_Modified.SourceLAC_CI, RFPlanNei_OMC2_Modified.DestLAC_CI FROM RFPlanNei_OMC2_Modified ORDER BY RFPlanNei_OMC2_Modified.SourceLAC_CI"
Set sql1 = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(SQL)

While Not sql1.EOF
source = sql1.Fields.Item(0)

For i = 1 To 36
NC(i) = ""
Next i

a = 1

    While source = sql1.Fields.Item(0) And a < 37
    NC(a) = sql1.Fields.Item(1).value
    a = a + 1
    If sql1.EOF = True Then
        sql2 = "Insert Into RFPlanNei_Modified_Final(CELLID, NC1, NC2, NC3, NC4, NC5, NC6, NC7, ) values ( '"
        sql2 = sql2 & source & "','" & NC(1) & "','" & NC(2) & "','" & NC(3) & "','" & NC(4) & "','" & NC(5) & "','" & NC(6) & "','" & NC(7)
    DoCmd.RunSQL sql2
    GoTo BreakLoop
    End If

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