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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by MikeR, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. MikeR

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    I have a DB (2000) with a number of tables, tableID being the one of interest. I
    need to import a new tableID (it has added fields). I import it and get
    tableID1. I need to rename tableID to say tableIDBAK, and rename the new one
    from tableID1 to tableID. No problem until I try to delete tableIDBAK. Access
    complains about a relation to another table, but when I look at the
    relationships, I don't see any. Is there a way to see that, so I can set the
    relationship for the newly imported table?
    Thanks,
    Mike
     
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  3. gumby

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    Try right click/show all in the relationship view. Plus you can check
    your objects dependences. To do this just right click on the table and
    choose object dependences.

    David

    MikeR wrote:
    > I have a DB (2000) with a number of tables, tableID being the one of interest. I
    > need to import a new tableID (it has added fields). I import it and get
    > tableID1. I need to rename tableID to say tableIDBAK, and rename the new one
    > from tableID1 to tableID. No problem until I try to delete tableIDBAK. Access
    > complains about a relation to another table, but when I look at the
    > relationships, I don't see any. Is there a way to see that, so I can set the
    > relationship for the newly imported table?
    > Thanks,
    > Mike
     
  4. Pieter Wijnen

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    Also the hidden table MSysRelationships holds all relationship info

    Pieter

    "gumby" <david.isaacks@mail.va.gov> wrote in message
    news:1153418677.827826.281030@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com...
    > Try right click/show all in the relationship view. Plus you can check
    > your objects dependences. To do this just right click on the table and
    > choose object dependences.
    >
    > David
    >
    > MikeR wrote:
    >> I have a DB (2000) with a number of tables, tableID being the one of
    >> interest. I
    >> need to import a new tableID (it has added fields). I import it and get
    >> tableID1. I need to rename tableID to say tableIDBAK, and rename the new
    >> one
    >> from tableID1 to tableID. No problem until I try to delete tableIDBAK.
    >> Access
    >> complains about a relation to another table, but when I look at the
    >> relationships, I don't see any. Is there a way to see that, so I can set
    >> the
    >> relationship for the newly imported table?
    >> Thanks,
    >> Mike

    >
     
  5. Pieter Wijnen

    Pieter Wijnen
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    Also the hidden table MSysRelationships holds all relationship info

    Pieter

    "gumby" <david.isaacks@mail.va.gov> wrote in message
    news:1153418677.827826.281030@p79g2000cwp.googlegroups.com...
    > Try right click/show all in the relationship view. Plus you can check
    > your objects dependences. To do this just right click on the table and
    > choose object dependences.
    >
    > David
    >
    > MikeR wrote:
    >> I have a DB (2000) with a number of tables, tableID being the one of
    >> interest. I
    >> need to import a new tableID (it has added fields). I import it and get
    >> tableID1. I need to rename tableID to say tableIDBAK, and rename the new
    >> one
    >> from tableID1 to tableID. No problem until I try to delete tableIDBAK.
    >> Access
    >> complains about a relation to another table, but when I look at the
    >> relationships, I don't see any. Is there a way to see that, so I can set
    >> the
    >> relationship for the newly imported table?
    >> Thanks,
    >> Mike

    >




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  6. MikeR

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    Pieter Wijnen wrote:
    > Also the hidden table MSysRelationships holds all relationship info

    Thanks Pieter
     
  7. MikeR

    MikeR
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    Pieter Wijnen wrote:
    > Also the hidden table MSysRelationships holds all relationship info
    >
    > Pieter

    Thanks Pieter.
     

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