Trying something new here and having a bit of a problem.I declare an Enumerator
Private Enum TableNames TableName_DOC = "TB_DOC" TableName_CCA = "TB_CCA" TableName_CCD = "TB_CCD" TableName_PRO = "TB_PRO" TableName_PRD = "TB_PRD"End Enum
But when I call the enumerator as an input to a function I get a type mismatch error.
Public Function GetNextKey(strTableNames As TableNames) As String
Is it because Enums can not contain strings or something else entirely? ThanksBrian
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