I dont know if this is the right forum for this, but I this is the best folrum I've found, so I'd thought I'd give it a shot anyway.
The scnario is that I'm running loads of SQL-queries in a bat-file (using the isql-command). After that has been done I want to run Excel to format the result of the queries, and save it as a excel file on a networkplace. The SQL-queries are working fine, and the macro is working fine, when run seperatly, but since I cant predict how long the SQL-queries will take I have to either give it an extra long time before I start with the Macro, or run then in a chain from the bat-file.
When I do that I usually end up with random errors in Excel. Most usually it is "Not enough memory to display completly". This error is shown before the actual workbook is loaded, and therefore no macro has been loaded either so there's nothing I can do from there.
When I click OK the macro runs as should be though, but since it should be run at 5 in the morning it will just stand there until I come into work each day, and have loads of complaint that they havent got their figures yet.
I was wondering if any of you know how to cuircumvent this/solve the problem?
I have checked out Microsoft, and googled the errors loads of times in diffrent way, but havent found anything solid that works yet.