The article Excel Connect To External Data (Access Database) describes the process in detail. It indicates pessimistic locking, record by record.
For that, in the VBA Editor, go to Tools If you just need to get the data from Access database into Excel, you can simply import the data without using VBA.
(In our example, this piece of code will not be executed).
Else, we simply update the price of the product found in the recordset. Product Name" implies the Product Name column in the recordset. Open "Product Table", cn, ad Open Keyset, ad Lock Pessimistic, ad Cmd Table End With s Product = Sheet1. Value ' row 1 contains column headings counter = 0 Do While Not s Product = "" s Product = Sheet1.
Besides being time-consuming, you are likely to make mistakes.
So, what we do instead is to access the Access DB through VB and update all the values using ADO.
Notice how we access individual columns in a recordset using the “! Step 5: Finally, we update the recordset and perform cleanup operations. OLEDB.12.0; Data Source=C:\Products.accdb; Persist Security Info=False;" cn.