Don't quote your variable – as in "$DB" – but simply use it: $DB.
Also, in line 4 there is an unnecessary Export  step, and the final Delete All Record seems to a bit misplaced, too; you probably want to go back to Personnel first …
As to Update … you're adding new records, so what's there to update?
Last but not least, why the temporary export? You can directly import from one table of your file into another.
btw, you won't get better and/or faster advice by yelling loudly; rather the opposite.
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Don't use a filename that starts or contains the $. Try just a plain 4 letter word with no special characters and see if that works.
Thanks for replying me....
Ya your right now i am not getting any error msg but another Problem
In Personnal Database Date of join and End Date are displaying clearing but i transfer the data to terminated database
In both database File format is same..
But when i click the ? mark i can able see the Correct date of Date of join and End Date still Shows the wrong values
Just for testing purposes.
Make the Date of Join field bigger in the Terminated file, see if the question mark is still showing.
Also, Is there and Auto-Enter for your End-Date?