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Microsoft KB Archive/103132

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INF: OpenQuery Is Not a Method; Use OpenQueryDef Instead

Article ID: Q103132
Creation Date: 18-AUG-1993
Revision Date: 19-SEP-1996 The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Access versions 1.0, 1.1

SUMMARY


The examples on pages 132 and 133 of the Microsoft Access "Introduction to Programming" manual incorrectly use OpenQuery as a method. OpenQuery is an action, not a method. Instead, the OpenQueryDef method should be used in the examples on pages 132 and 133.

MORE INFORMATION


Change the third line of the example on page 132 from

   Set Q = db.OpenQuery("Sales Totals")

to:

   Set Q = db.OpenQueryDef("Sales Totals")

Change the third line of the example on page 133 from

   Set Q = db.OpenQuery("Update Sales")

to:

   Set Q = db.OpenQueryDef("Update Sales")

REFERENCES

For more information about the OpenQueryDef method, search for "OpenQueryDef," and then "OpenQueryDef Method" using the Microsoft Access Help menu.



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