ODBC Login - Automating Multiple Instances

MIvey

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In the Excel workbook I'm using, I have a macro that refreshes the PivotTables, which pull data using the Oracle ODBC.

However, there are several worksheets in the file, and for each one a different instance of the ODBC login is called.

Is there a way to automate this in Excel via macro so that I only have to enter the username/password info once for the entire workbook when it refreshes the data, rather than several times?
 

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