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TransferText, ExportXML, ImportXML

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Will someone please verify for me that these three methods, TransferText,
ExportXML and ImportXML, can only be run on the current database, i.e. I
can't run these from the front end in order to create either text or xml
files for tables in a backend.

Thank you.

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"rdemyan via AccessMonster.com" <u6836@uwewrote in news:64aa3e16ab941
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Will someone please verify for me that these three methods, TransferText,
ExportXML and ImportXML, can only be run on the current database, i.e. I
can't run these from the front end in order to create either text or xml
files for tables in a backend.
Sure! TTBOMK, RDemyan can't run TransferText, ExportXML and ImportXML from
the front end in order to create either text or xml files for tables in a
backend (IIRCC).

HTH

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Lyle Fairfield
Aug 12 '06 #2

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Alright then. I guess I'll put the code in the backend and then use
automation to run it from the front end.

Lyle Fairfield wrote:
>"rdemyan via AccessMonster.com" <u6836@uwewrote in news:64aa3e16ab941
@uwe:
>Will someone please verify for me that these three methods, TransferText,
ExportXML and ImportXML, can only be run on the current database, i.e. I
can't run these from the front end in order to create either text or xml
files for tables in a backend.

Sure! TTBOMK, RDemyan can't run TransferText, ExportXML and ImportXML from
the front end in order to create either text or xml files for tables in a
backend (IIRCC).

HTH
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Aug 12 '06 #3

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"rdemyan via AccessMonster.com" <u6836@uwewrote in
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Alright then. I guess I'll put the code in the backend and then use
automation to run it from the front end.

Lyle Fairfield wrote:
>>"rdemyan via AccessMonster.com" <u6836@uwewrote in
news:64aa3e16ab941 @uwe:
>>Will someone please verify for me that these three methods,
TransferText, ExportXML and ImportXML, can only be run on the
current database, i.e. I can't run these from the front end in order
to create either text or xml files for tables in a backend.

Sure! TTBOMK, RDemyan can't run TransferText, ExportXML and ImportXML
from the front end in order to create either text or xml files for
tables in a backend (IIRCC).

HTH
Great! Let us know how it goes, and it would be kind of you to post your
code. Except for creating tables in the backend, I always do all this from
the front end so it will be interesting to compare our methods.

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Lyle Fairfield
Aug 12 '06 #4

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