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    JRodko is offline Competent Performer
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    Hi Vlad,



    Seems to be working quite nicely with one issue. I have two sets of linked tables and two sets of queries. The first set is the one that is intermittently available, but the second is always available. I can't run this stuff for the second set because it can't make links for the first set and the whole thing fails. I am going to attempt to remedy this by removing the second set from the hlpBE_Tables and re-link them manually. I will report back.

    I will have to remove the PublicSUb cvGenerateListOfLinkedTables() correct? Otherwise it will just repopulate.

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    JRodko is offline Competent Performer
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    Left it in actually because I saw no reference to it. This works like an absolute charm. Thank you Vlad! Marked as SOLVED.

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    Hi,
    No, that sub is called manually to populate the table, it is not called by any other sub or function. And don't relink them manually if there are a lot of them, make a copy of the table (make sure you keep the original name for this one) and remove the ones that are NOT always available and add Stop after SET_LINKS:
    Code:
    If SET_LINKS = True Then Stop
    Now they should be all linked, stop the code and remove the "Stop". Finally delete this temporary copy of the table and delete the records for these "always available" tables from the main table, leaving only the "intermittently available" ones.
    Cheers,
    Vlad Cucinschi
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    You're very welcome, glad to hear it works!

    Cheers,
    Vlad Cucinschi
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