Opening a Table



Opening a table is equivalent to opening a record set. Therefore, to open a table in the Microsoft Access Object Library, call the OpenRecordset() method of the Database class. This method can take as argument the name of the table on which you want to perform data entry. Based on this, here is an example of calling the method:

Private Sub cmdDataEntry_Click()
End Sub

Once you have the record set, you can use it as you see fit. To support this, the OpenRecordset() method returns an object named Recordset. If you want to use the table after opening the record set, get the return value of the method. To do this, declare a variable of type DAO.Recordset and assign it to the return value of this method call. Here is an example:

Private Sub cmdDataEntry_Click()
    Dim curDatabase As DAO.Database
    Dim rstemployees As DAO.Recordset
    Set curDatabase = CurrentDb
    Set rstemployees = curDatabase.OpenRecordset("Employees")
    . . . Use the table here

    Set rstemployees = Nothing
    Set curDatabase = Nothing
End Sub

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