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post Sep 1 2017, 01:37 PM

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Joined: 19-August 10
From: New Hampshire

The attached file contains the saved Import, my code, and the error message. The saved import works fine, but I cannot get TransferText to run
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tina t
post Sep 1 2017, 05:39 PM

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Joined: 11-November 10
From: SoCal, USA

hello Ron, this seems like an error that i remember reading about years ago, pertaining to older (.mdb) versions of Access. i think that an error was being generated when an import specification was being used to link at text file (rather than import it). anyway, the solution was to write a small sub to call TransferText, without specifying any arguments, and then resume next on the error. that served to make Access "see" the import specs, and then the linked file could be referenced in a query, etc.

Public Sub isActivateLink()

    On Error Resume Next

End Sub

used as

CurrentDb.Execute "NameOfQueryThatUsesLinkedTable", dbFailOnError

weird solution, but it worked...and still works for me, in currently-running A97 dbs that are running on Windows7 OS. personally, i don't like to import text directly anyway, i normally link text files and then massage (if necessary) the data and dump it into the destination table using an Append query. maybe a similar solution will work for you. :)

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post Sep 1 2017, 06:28 PM

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Joined: 19-August 10
From: New Hampshire

I never thought of linking to a text file...that's really cool!!!
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