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ordnance1
post Apr 28 2020, 02:36 PM
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Using SQL Server as a backend for my Access database.

My linked SQL Server tables seem to get sorted my Access so they do not display in the same way. Notice that in Access the table does not appear with the PK column in the same order as in SQL Server


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theDBguy
post Apr 28 2020, 02:50 PM
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Hi. Just one person's humble opinion, but that shouldn't matter. If you want to sort the records, you could use a query. Either that or just click the sort button on the datasheet (I guess). Cheers!

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projecttoday
post Apr 28 2020, 03:43 PM
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You must sort tables or expect any sorted order.

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GroverParkGeorge
post Apr 28 2020, 03:44 PM
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As theDBGuy pointed out, tables do not have any intrinsic sort order. When you retrieve a recordset for DISPLAY, as is the case when you open a DataSheet View of the table, the records need to be sort "somehow" and the most common default sort order is by Primary Key value, but that is in no way to be considered "the proper way", it's just a convenient default.

Access allows you to sort records in a table and then save that sort order with the table. When you reopen the datasheet view again, that saved sort order gets applied. I suspect, in fact, that that is what has happened to cause your Access table to appear to be sorted differently.

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No worries on any of this. If you do need a recordset to be presented in a specific sort order, the way to do that is to use a query and include the Order By clause in that query.
This post has been edited by GroverParkGeorge: Apr 28 2020, 03:58 PM

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