The Run SQL method prompts you for two arguments, the SQL Statement itself which must be supplied as a string (i.e.it should be enclosed in quotes) and Use Transaction which is optional: The second argument concerns Transaction Processing and assumes True if you omit it.Here are a few examples of SQL being implemented from VBA.Future tutorials in this series will expand on these techniques, and show you more things you can do with SQL in your Access databases.A database is a collection of information that is organized so that it can be easily accessed, managed and updated.Data is organized into rows, columns and tables, and it is indexed to make it easier to find relevant information.
In one view, databases can be classified according to content type: bibliographic, full text, numeric and images.
I have seen your previous tips (Export data from SQL Server to Excel and Different Options for Importing Data into SQL Server) related to working with Excel and SQL Server data.
The main command used in one of the tips is OPENROWSET.
Some databases offer ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation and durability) compliance to guarantee that data is consistent and that transactions are complete.
Databases are prevalent in large mainframe systems, but are also present in smaller distributed workstations and midrange systems, such as IBM's AS/400 and personal computers.