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Have an Access database that stores files and images in OLE Object-type fields? Need to insert or update those fields with new files and images? Want to save time having to do the changes manually? Use Access OLE Import and start uploading your files and images in 4 easy steps! Step 1: Back up you database Really, back up your database first. Access OLE Import makes updates to your tables using values from your data file, and sometimes the changes may not be what you wanted. So yes, first step is to back up your database. Step 2: Prepare the data file A data file is an Excel worksheet that defines the fields to update and the values to use. For files, you simply enter the file names you want to upload. A data file that inserts files can look something like this: and a data file that updates existing records will provide the key values to locate the required rows e.g. Step 3: Run the Upload Wizard Set up the database connection settings, the upload options, and you’re done. Step 4: Check the results Once the upload process has completed, check the results. If things don’t turn out as expected, you did make a backup, right? Supports most popular database engines Access OLE Import can also work with non-Access databases that contain OLE Object-type fields, including the following: PostgreSQL, from 7.1 to the latest version MySQL, from 4.0 to the latest version MariaDB Oracle, from 8.0 to the latest version, including Oracle Express Edition 11g and 10g Microsoft SQL Server, from 7.0 to the latest version SQL Server Compact, from 3.1 to the latest version SQL Azure SQLite, from 3.0 to the latest version Firebird, from 1.5 to the latest version ODBC supported databases .
Upload images and files into OLE Object fields with Access OLE Import
upload images and files into OLE Object fields supports Access 2000 to the current version also supports any OLE Object fields created in SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server Compact, SQLite, and ODBC data sources
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Upload images and files into OLE Object fields with Access OLE Import
upload images and files into OLE Object fields supports Access 2000 to the current version also supports any OLE Object fields created in SQL Server, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server Compact, SQLite, and ODBC data sources
Download trial Download trial Buy now for USD 95 Buy now for USD 95 See help file See help file
Have an Access database that stores files and images in OLE Object-type fields? Need to insert or update those fields with new files and images? Want to save time having to do the changes manually? Use Access OLE Import and start uploading your files and images in 4 easy steps! Step 1: Back up you database Really, back up your database first. Access OLE Import makes updates to your tables using values from your data file, and sometimes the changes may not be what you wanted. So yes, first step is to back up your database. Step 2: Prepare the data file A data file is an Excel worksheet that defines the fields to update and the values to use. For files, you simply enter the file names you want to upload. A data file that inserts files can look something like this: and a data file that updates existing records will provide the key values to locate the required rows e.g. Step 3: Run the Upload Wizard Set up the database connection settings, the upload options, and you’re done. Step 4: Check the results Once the upload process has completed, check the results. If things don’t turn out as expected, you did make a backup, right? Supports most popular database engines Access OLE Import can also work with non-Access databases that contain OLE Object-type fields, including the following: PostgreSQL, from 7.1 to the latest version MySQL, from 4.0 to the latest version MariaDB Oracle, from 8.0 to the latest version, including Oracle Express Edition 11g and 10g Microsoft SQL Server, from 7.0 to the latest version SQL Server Compact, from 3.1 to the latest version SQL Azure SQLite, from 3.0 to the latest version Firebird, from 1.5 to the latest version ODBC supported databases .