Access 2003: Determine whether one or all of 4 fields exist in table
I have a table which changes every day but will always have the same name (Scrubbed). I need a query to determine whether the new fields exist in the table that day. I'll call them field1, field2, field3, field4. I had a sql query: SELECT Scrubbed.field1, Scrubbed.field2, Scrubbed.field3, Scrubbed.field4 FROM Scrubbed; Which errors with a message box (new fields not in table) if it doesn't find all 4 fields. This isn't working out. If the table contains fields 1 and 2 but not 3 and 4, I need the user to know that without opening the table.
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