Rabu, 17 Februari 2016

[MS_AccessPros] Re: How to Run a procedure in the background?

 

Onno


I'd use a shell command to open the second FE minimized. Put an AutoExec macro or a startup form with a form Load event to call your procedure. At the end of the procedure put a Quit command to close the database.

But is all this necessary? Does the update take a long time to run? 

-Bill


---In MS_Access_Professionals@yahoogroups.com, <onno.knol@pbl.nl> wrote :

hi Bill, thanks so far. 
So i can create a second front end database to run the update procedure.
Now how can is start that from the main frontend? 
Should i use the shell command to start another  the second frontend, and then how should i automatically start the procedure ?
Or is there a more flexible way of interacting with a second frontend from the mail frontend without the screen freezing while the second frontend is running the update?

Thanks for your thinking ..

 Onno

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