Pass Value Between Forms

Hi,

I want to pass a value between two forms. I created a text field in one of the forms and tried to access it using:

aVariable = frmSearch.txtQryName.Text

It's not working for me. Is this correct?

Thank you,
B

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How To Pass Value Between Two Forms?

Hello!!!
I have a big problem. I have form A which display list of user errors. I need to pass selected error from that form A to another form B which contain user data in main form and error data in subform (this is error which I want to pass from A).
Form B tells me which error was reported from particular user. Errors are predefined in separet Form (A).

I hope you will understand me. I need help, because I am losing my maind with this one.....

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Hi,

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I have used the switchboard manager to enable navigation, in this I have a ONload event procedure that requests the Company ID (1 or 2).
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How would I get Switchboard to open each form (some being based on queries - a couple direct on the tables) and filter the data on the company ID?

If there is a better way, please enlighten me!! :)

Many thanks in advance

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textbox daterange
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FROM
PRM1_ORG_MTRX3_N as T128

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Then I rewrote the query like this, and I got and error code that said PRM1.ORG_MTRX3_N is an undefined name. Does anyone know what else I can try here to get this query going? Thanks


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T128.AS_OF_DATE,
T128.LEVEL8,
T128.LEVEL8_ORG_NAME,
T128.LEVEL9,
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FROM
PRM1.ORG_MTRX3_N as T128

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Example

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' ==============================================

' Example code for RunPassThroughQuery ()

' ----------------------------------------------

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' from the Customers table.

' ==============================================

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' Parameters: strSQL - SQL string to pass to the server

' strDatabase - name of ODBC database

' strUID - user name

' strPWD - password

' strDSN - data source name

' Returns : True if successful, False otherwise

'

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Dim strConnect As String



On Error GoTo err_RunPassThroughQuery



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exit_RunPassThroughQuery:

Exit Function



err_RunPassThroughQuery:

RunPassThroughQuery = False

Resume exit_RunPassThroughQuery



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TransportMode

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Dim strFileName As String
Dim strFileTemplate As String
Dim strMacroName As String


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'''''''''''''UPDATE THIS DATA WITH YOURS''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
'Fill in the following with your files and path
strFilePath = "R:Call CenterCall Center DepartmentsMortgage DeptMortgage Statistics & Tracking"
strFileName = "Output.xls"
strFileTemplate = "Template.xls"
'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' ''''''''''''''''''

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ExportData "qryHoeqDotReceived", "HOEQ DOT RECEIVED"

'''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''' '''''''''''

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Set xl = Nothing

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Dim intR As Integer
Dim dbs As DAO.Database
Dim rs As DAO.Recordset
Dim qd As DAO.QueryDef


Application.SetOption "Show Status Bar", True

vStatusBar = SysCmd(acSysCmdSetStatus, "Formatting export file... please wait.")


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'you need to use a recordset.
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'QueryDefs (0)
'QueryDefs ("name")
'QueryDefs![name]

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qd.Parameters![txtStartDate] = [Forms]![frmLar]![txtStartDate]
qd.Parameters![txtEndDate] = [Forms]![frmLar]![txtEndDate]

Set rs = qd.OpenRecordset


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rs.MoveFirst 'moves back to the first record

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'function and will now use it to create a loop or 'For, Next'

'Starts with record 1 and gets the count of records in the recordset so it knows where
'to stop.
For intR = 1 To rs.RecordCount
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'Remember 'rs' refers to the recordset & 'xl' refers to the workbook

'xl.cells(ROW,COLUMN).VALUE = rs.fields(INDEX).
'This is how you will fill in the value of a cell on the workbook. For the ROW you
'will want to add + 1 if you have Headings on your sheet. The INDEX for rs.fields
'refers to the columns of the recordset/query. The first column of the recordset
'starts with the index of zero.

xl.Cells(intR + 3, 1).Value = rs.Fields(0)
xl.Cells(intR + 3, 2).Value = rs.Fields(1)
xl.Cells(intR + 3, 3).Value = rs.Fields(2)
xl.Cells(intR + 3, 4).Value = rs.Fields(3)

'Moves to the next record
rs.MoveNext
Next intR 'Loops back to For and enters data for the next row

'Once the export is done, this just puts the cursor to A1 on each sheet
xl.range("A1").Select

'Clears the recordset
rs.Close
Set rs = Nothing

vStatusBar = SysCmd(acSysCmdClearStatus)

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