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    Changing ordinal position and datatype

    Does anyone know how to change the ordinal number of a field and the field datatype in Access using ASP?

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    Cool Some pages and tutorials!

    Alter keyword is used to change the properties of your database

    Try this link... its from w3schools.com. You should search that site sometimes before you post.... it has alot of stuff and info there!


    I also did a little search for you and here are some tutorials... I had a similar concern recently... hope these links help!

    This link directly discusses the ALTER keyword.

    This, I think is another useful tutorial... http://sqlzoo.net/howto/source/s.pl....ml&e=sqlserver

    And the last link, a tutorial from plus2net.

    Hope these helped you out!!!
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    Great tutorials! Thank you.
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    u r welcome man!!!!
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