Get The Count of Records Appended

abi_learn_vba

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Hi,

Is there a way to know number of records appended to a table after executing the append query in VBA?

I am thinking if there is any straightforward method to this.

Please help.

Thanks
-Abi
 

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Joe4

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You can use the DCOUNT function to get the record count of any table or query.
You could get the Count of your table before your Append table and then after it and take the difference.
 
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abi_learn_vba

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Thank you for your reply. That was perfect answer. I am new to MS Access coding didn't knew about this functions.

Thanks a lot.

Regards
-Abi
 
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