The idea with ADP is to bring back in Access the brilliant Access Data Project we known from Access 2000 to 2010 to provide an efficient and native-mode access to a SQL Server database that handle all data, query and business logic inside the database.An example of using ADP in VBA behind an updatable form that is fetching data from a stored procedure that has a join between tables therefore the ADP properties Input Parameters, Unique Table and Resync Command are included in ADP .A user can update data rows in a form in Access, delete a row with a yes/no confirm messagebox and insert a new row that will be stored automatically in the SQL Server database table: An example of using ADP in VBA behind a Access report where the criteria is giving from an open form and the stored procedure provides data rows to the report to be shown in screen and printed out on paper or saved to a pdf file: A screenshot from a danish Access application using ADP to show and update data from a SQL Server database in a form with datasheets and dropdown boxes.The ribbon bar is a part of ADP and is translated to english and german and you can make your own translation and change the ribbon bar.ADP is using ADO to a SQL Server table, view or stored procedure with parameter to bind a recordset to an Access form.ADP is using pass-through query to SQL Server table, view or stored procedure with parameter to bind to an Access report recordsource.
at link Changes in Access 2013, more at link Discontinued features and modified functionality in Access 2013.
The Repaint method simply repaints the specified form and its controls.
Microsoft has stopped supporting the Access Data Project adp file in an Access desktop database and deprecated ADP with this message when I open an adp file in Access 2013: Access Data Projects are no longer supported in this version of Access.
From Access 2013 there is provided four models of SQL Server data into an Access desktop database application in fileformat accdb, but there is also some disadvantages and defects that ADP has solved and will be described in the next chapter.
Have you already upsizing an Access database to a SQL Server database and it is using stored procedures in an adp file, model A is like to downsizing select statements back to Access made query, and remember a join with three tables Access wants parentheses like this: For me, when I have a SQL Server running I better use parameterized stored procedure to represent the data access layer and sometimes the business logic layer inside the database.