Application.ODBCErrors property (Excel)
Returns an ODBCErrors collection that contains all the ODBC errors generated by the most recent query table or PivotTable report operation. Read-only.
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
If there's more than one query running at the same time, the ODBCErrors collection contains the ODBC errors from the query that finished last.
This example refreshes query table one and displays any ODBC errors that occur.
With Worksheets(1).QueryTables(1) .Refresh Set errs = Application.ODBCErrors If errs.Count > 0 Then Set r = .Destination.Cells(1) r.Value = "The following errors occurred:" c = 0 For Each er In errs c = c + 1 r.offset(c, 0).value = er.ErrorString r.offset(c, 1).value = er.SqlState Next Else MsgBox "Query complete: all records returned." End If End With
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