Access 2007-2016
Access 2000-2003
Access Seminars
TechHelp Support
Tips & Tricks
Access Forum
Course Index
Topic Glossary
Insider Circle
Home   News   Tips   Glossary   Templates   Forums   Help   Logon   Order   Contact Us  

News      User Comments     History     Notify Me

7/16/2014 6:00:17 AM
Microsoft Access Expert 24
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Facebook Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on Google Plus Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost

Microsoft Access Expert Level 24 is 1 hour, 33 minutes long. In this class we will learn how to import real-time data from web sites using their RSS feeds. We will display current news and weather conditions. Then, we will learn how to share our Access data with others over the Internet by setting up an inexpensive and easy-to-use online SQL Server database that will host our tables. Topics include:

- Import RSS Feed Data
- Download Latest News from Web Sites
- Display Current Weather Conditions
- Use the WebBrowser Control
- Display Images from a Web Page
- Program Timer Events
- Launch a Macro at Timed Intervals
- Setup Online SQL Server Database
- Create ODBC Connections & DSN Files
- Share Access Data via the Internet

Click here for more information on Access Expert Level 24, including a course outline, sample videos, and more. This course was recorded using Access 2013. This class follows Expert Level 23. The next class in the series is Access Expert 25.

Permanent Link
Course Link: Microsoft Access Expert 24
Keywords: access expert 24 rss feed news feed xml sql server
Page Tag: whatsnew
Post Reply

Write Conflict Comment from Brauna Rosen @ 9/29/2015
Hi Alex,
Finally, it seems that I found the solution: set 0 as the default in table properties.
Thank you

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Which value did you set to 0?
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna R @ 9/1/2015
I have not been able to edit in "MyLittleAdmin" I can see the tables but have not found a way to edit.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

GoDaddy provide their own.
Login to your account
WebHosting - Manage
Under Databases - SQL Server
Click on "Admin Tool"
Click on Tables
Choose your Table
Under the last column - Actions you can add/edit your records.
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna R @ 8/31/2015
That is encouraging.  I did read that on the article you linked "Support for Office 2003 has ended
Microsoft ended support for Office 2003 on April 8, 2014. This change has affected your software updates and security options. Learn what this means for you and how to stay protected."
I am using a DSN source created as per the tutorial.  I did notice however, on the same article, that the Access Database is referred to as an .mdb file whereas all my databases are .accdb.  Could that be a problem?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Yeah it's an old article, so 2003 isn't supported but XP has just gone EOL so that's likely.
It mentions mdb as it's 2003 which is the file extension used there. 2007 onwards uses .accdb.

Can you edit the db in the online SQL Server admin GoDaddy provides?
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna R @ 8/31/2015
Thank you for your response.  Yes, the backend is on GoDaddy SQL server.  I was able to export the tables  but not able to edit records (Write conflict).  I tried the resolution suggested on one of the articles you sent but it still does not work.Perhaps it is because SQL stopped supporting Access with the 2003 version (I have 2010).
I am almost ready to give up..

Reply from Alex Hedley:

SQL Server still supports later versions of Access. Where did you read otherwise?
I have many dbs connected via Access to MSSQL without a problem,
Are you connecting with a DSN?
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna Rosen @ 8/26/2015
Hi Alex,
I have not yet resolved this.  I tried the Record Locks on Client Settings.  The database is stored locally, on my machine.  Godaddy could not help me with this issue.
You mentioned a "previously Linked article" but I did not see it.  Could you send me the link for that.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

The blue underlined words in a post are links. There is one that says "MS Article", just click on that.
Is the backend on a GoDaddy MS SQL Server? Is that why you asked them for help?
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna Rosen @ 8/5/2015
I am the only user at this time and I do have a few forms depending upon the table.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Did you try the RecordLocks or get a chance to read the previous linked article?
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna R @ 8/3/2015
Hi Alex,
Yes, I am the only user at this time.  The front end is stored on the desktop of my laptop..

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Do you have multiple forms using the same record source?

MS Article
Set the RecordLocks property of the form to Edited Record.
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply
Write Conflict Comment from Brauna Rosen @ 7/30/2015
I am getting a "Write Conflict" message when trying to edit a record that has been previously saved.  It is " This record has been changed by another user since you started editing it." It will not allow me to save the record at all.
Any idea what I am doing wrong?

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Are you the only user using this db?
Is it stored locally on your machine or on a network drive?
Show Just This Thread        Post Reply

Add Your Comments or Subscribe
If you just want to subscribe to get email updates when the News is updated, then enter your name and email address and check the Notify Me box below. If you would optionally like to add your comments below to be posted, they are welcome.
  Your Name:  Required
  Your Email:  NOT Public


Sorry about this step. It's just to keep the spam bots away:
  Verify: What is 5+3:
  Notify me when the News is updated.
  Remember Me for my next comments
Please do not use this form for Customer Service inquiries! If you have questions about your account, shipping info, courses you've ordered, need passwords, etc. please use the Customer Service Center instead.

I value your comments. They will be displayed on this page (above). Your name will be displayed, but your email address will not be.
As always, I promise to never give away your personal information to anyone else, ever.

NOTE: If you don't leave your name and email address, DON'T expect a reply. I can't promise a personal reply to everyone who posts here. I TRY my best, but I cannot guarantee it. If you don't leave your real name and email address, I won't even bother. I usually just hit DELETE. -Richard



You may want to read these articles from the 599CD News:

3/23/2018Microsoft Access Developer 7
2/22/2018Microsoft Access Developer 6
2/22/2018Access Assistance Available
2/21/2018Putting Access Databases Online
2/18/2018Microsoft Access Developer 5
2/10/2018Microsoft Access Developer 4
2/1/2018Access Tip: Salary History
7/19/2017Access Developer 2 and 3 Released
7/19/2017Microsoft Access Developer 3
7/19/2017Microsoft Access Developer 2

Visual Basicindex
Account Login
Online Theater
Lost Password
Free Upgrades
Insider Circle
Student Databases
Latest News
New Releases
User Forums
Topic Glossary
Tips & Tricks
Search Our Site
Waiting List
Production Schedule
Collapse Menus
Live Chat
Customer Support
WalkThru Tutorials
Consulting Services
About Us
Affiliate Program
Richard Rost
Free Lessons
Mailing List
Video Tutorials
MYOLP Memberships
Idiot's Guide to Excel
Volume Discounts
Payment Info
Terms of Sale
Gift CDs
Live Chat
General Info
Support Policy
Contact Form
Email Us
Mailing Address
Phone Number
Fax Number
Course Survey
Facebook    Twitter

Google Plus    LinkedIn

Blog RSS Feed    YouTube Channel
Richard Rost Microsoft MVP