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Import data from MS ACCESS in background mode

Hello experts,

i am facing the following problem. I´ve got to import a MS ACCESS database in background mode via job.

I got a solution which works in dialoge:

create object conn 'ADODB.Connection'.
create object rsdb 'ADODB.Recordset'.

concatenate 'Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;'
'Data Source=C:UserspfahlbeDesktopaccess.mdb'
into sql.

call method of conn 'Open'
  exporting
  #1 = sql.

Any idea how it can be handled in background?

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 02:56 PM

    The system does not have permission to the useru2019s desktop C:\Users\pfahlbe\Desktop\access.mdb when running in the background.

    Recommend moving your MSAccess db to a network location where the system has full-time read-permission, and adjusting your sql accordingly.

    Regards,

    zKen

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      The data source path that you have encoded into the variable u201Csqlu201D is only valid and available to the system when you run in dialogue (as you have discovered). I suggest that you put the MSAccess database into a different location, one that is on your network and available to the SAP system full-time. Then you have to adjust the data source path encoded into your variable named u201Csqlu201D so that the background job can open the MSAccess database.

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