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Access SQL Seminar Part 2
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   11 years ago

This nearly five (5) hour long video seminar will pick up where Part 1 left off. You will learn more about the SQL programming language. We will focus on action queries, aliases, joins, crosstabs, union queries, aggregate functions, and more.

This seminar has several goals. You will:

1. Learn about Action queries and when to use them
2. Discover how to launch queries from VBA code
3. Create Aliases for your field and table names
4. Learn the different types of Table Joins
5. Construct a Union query
6. Work with a Crosstab query
7. Perform calculations in your SQL statements
8. Explore the different Aggregate query functions
9. Utilize string, math, time/date, and other query functions

Click here for more information on the SQL SEMINAR PART 2.

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Adonis Briceno 
4 years ago
Richard,.... On you lesson 23-1, "Remote copy for data entry", you said that to explain how to edit remotely a database so the changes can bu uploaded and updated to the main server-database required programming (minute 2:38 to 3)... on which video you explain this process?
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Nick Cerri 
4 years ago
Hello there,

For whatever reason, Access 2010 does not recognize productlist.rowsource when I attempt to write my own code. When I follow along with the video it seems to work fine but when I remove all the code and add in mine I don't get the dropdown where you can select "rowsource". In addition, it's giving me a Run-time error '424': Object required error. Any thoughts? Read More...
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James G 
6 years ago
Just trying to clean up the many, many queries and trying to learn SQL so I might start writing queries into the datasource myself, no other reason at this point.  My curiosity is that it works when it is a query without issue and does not work when I copy and paste the SQL into the datasource.
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