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i have a mdb which imports file from excel(specified directory) into
access. once in access i have to run a self query/union query within one
table. can i do something so that the query becomes picks
values from the access table(converted from the excel file), one-by-one and
keeps running the query?
i know its a big question, but i also know, there are lot of educated and
helping people. i would be very oblidged, if someone could help.i am very
new to all this.
i can go into details, if required.

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Um, I don't think queries can be recursive in the genuine sense - there's
no procedural sort of loops or steps for a query that you could recurse
through, but you're actually defining a value or field - so you'd end up
with a circular reference that cannot be calculated, much like a circular
Excel formula.

Having said that, you could have a query that updates values in a given
table that you could run multiple times using VBA code - you'd have to
figure out how to terminate the loop, though.

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