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    Connecting Vba to MS SQL (return & display value)

    Hi I'm doing simple connection to MS SQL and want to get count and display into excel: Sub test() Dim conn As ADODB.Connection Dim rcrds As ADODB.Recordset Dim iRowNo, i As Long Dim id, name, value As String Dim wb As Workbook Dim ws As Worksheet Set wb =...
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    SQL Query translated to Access

    Hi, I am trying to translate this query to Access: The main challenge I am having is the Count column- it gives and error: Syntax Error(missing Operator) in Expression "Count....." some of it was already translated- but the count is where the issue is. SELECT TblFacility.StrFacilityName ...
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    PowerPivot and MS SQL Azure

    Has anyone tried to use PowerPivot with MS SQL on the Azure cloud? If not, would anyone like to test it with me?

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