Updating latge recordsets takes long time in ms access database
Default Value = vb Null String Case db Boolean Call Set Property DAO(fld, "Display Control", db Integer, _ CInt(ac Check Box)) End Select str Out = str Out & Mid(str In, lng Start, 1&) bool Was Space = False bool Was Upper = False End Select Next Convert Mixed Case = str Out End Function Function Set Field Description(tdf As DAO. Field, _ Optional By Val str Descrip As String, Optional str Err Msg As String) _ As Boolean Select Case fld. Create Property("Perform Name Auto Correct", db Long, 0) .
Default Value = 0 Call Set Property DAO(fld, "Format", db Text, "Currency", _ str Err Msg) Case db Long, db Integer, db Byte, db Double, db Single, db Decimal fld. Unique Then int Return = (int Return Or intc Index Unique) Else int Return = (int Return Or intc Index General) End If End If End If Next With db New Set prp = . Create Property("Track Name Auto Correct Info", _ db Long, 0) .
My experience with Access is that anything done with GUI tools is unacceptably slow.
I'm assuming you're using Access 2013 (it's what I have installed, sorry!
Close Set rs = Nothing End Function Public Function Field Type Name(fld As DAO. Recordset Dim str Sql As String str Sql = "SELECT My Field FROM My Table;" Set rs = DBEngine(0)(0).
Open Form str Form Name, ac Design, Window Mode:=ac Hidden Set frm = Forms(str Form Name) For Each ctl In frm For Each prp In ctl.
All versions have this library set by default, except Access 20, so make sure you have the DAO library reference set if you use those versions.
For more information on why you need to use DAO, see Michael Kaplan's blog posting of July 13 2007: What does DAO have that ADO/ADOx/JRO do not? If you are more familiar with ADO or DDL, this comparison of field names may help.