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Hello!
I have a problem when i try to connect two different Foxpro table which are located in different folders. The first link goes fine but when i try to link the second table although in the ConnectionStrin g I specify the path correctly (witch is different from the first path) i get an error. Apparently the ConnectionStrin g in the moment when is appended to TableDef becomes the path of the first table (where the second table it is not).
Bellow is the code witch i used for dsnless link the table. I am pretty sure thet is correct (because the first table apear correct linked and opes in database window).

Set db = CurrentDb
Set tdf = db.CreateTableD ef([table_name])
tdf.Connect = "ODBC;DRIVER={M icrosoft FoxPro VFP Driver (*.dbf)};Source DB=[path]" & _ ";SourceType=DB F;Exclusive=No; BackgroundFetch =Yes;Collate=Ma chine;Null=Yes; Deleted=Yes;"
tdf.SourceTable Name = [source_table_na me]
db.TableDefs.Ap pend tdf

What is wrong? What i can do to correct the error and to link multiple tables from diffrent locations?
Any help will be appreciated.
Thanks a lot in advance for your help.!
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