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SQL command to process an Access Macro?

Here's the scenario. Using a campaigning applicaion for an
eNewsletter. It writes to an Access table. I have an ASP web page that
writes to another table. I chained 3 Access queries together into a
Macro to copy that data to the campaigning table, give a numeric
identifier to that record, and then delete all records with that
identifier (in the 2nd table). This will keep the ASP > Access table
clean.

The campaigning software allows for a pre-processing SQL command to
be run. I would like to automate the updating of the table by
initiating this Access Macro from the SQL command. Anyone have any
ideas on the command/syntax?

Thanks in advance

Jason
JL*******@nyc.r r.com
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Here's the scenario. Using a campaigning applicaion for an
eNewsletter. It writes to an Access table. I have an ASP web page that
writes to another table. I chained 3 Access queries together into a
Macro to copy that data to the campaigning table, give a numeric
identifier to that record, and then delete all records with that
identifier (in the 2nd table). This will keep the ASP > Access table
clean.

The campaigning software allows for a pre-processing SQL command to
be run. I would like to automate the updating of the table by
initiating this Access Macro from the SQL command. Anyone have any
ideas on the command/syntax?

Thanks in advance

Jason
JL*******@nyc.r r.com


It sounds like you're not using SQL Server at all, only Access. If that's
correct, then you'll get a better response from an Access group. If you are
using MSSQL, perhaps you can clarify how you're using it and what you need
to achieve?

Simon
Jul 20 '05 #2

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