I have a simple log table that I am opening from a button on a form and adding a new record to the table.The table opens bu I get "Permission Denied" as a message - however I can then enter the form and enter data with no problem.why the VBA code cant do the same? what does Permission Denied usually mean?
I got these three code routines for backing up an Access database file from two different forums. I installed them as is, on a test database, creating command buttons for each. The test database is not password protected. I intend (if I can get one of these working) to install it on simple, single file, password protected databases.The first two came from Access World Forums at: URL....
Function BACKUPS() On Error GoTo Err_BACKUPS Dim fso As Object Dim sSourcePath As String Dim sSourceFile As String Dim sBackupPath As String Dim sBackupFile As String
I got a compile error "Invalid use of property." on the button sub. Then there was a simple On Click sub:
Private Sub Backup_Click() Dim fs Set fs = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") fs.CopyFile CurrentProject.FullName, "C:", True Set fs = Nothing MsgBox "Database has been backed up successfully" End Sub Private Sub Command32_Click() End Sub
On this one I got a "Permission denied." error on the CopyFile method. As I said before, my database is not password protected.I found this third bit of code on another forum: URL...
Code: Public Function db_Backup() On Error GoTo db_Backup_Err
Dim sourceFile As String, destinationFile As String Dim aFSO As Variant Dim path As String, name As String
On this one I got another "Permission denied." error on the CopyFile method. Again, my database is not password protected. This code had appeared to me to be the most promising of the three.
Hi Alli, I have a database that has a comments field. The database has a status field: Plan Test and Run, in the comments field the user adds comments, i'm trying to updated the comments with the status, for example; the user added some comments like. "The test will begin next week" I want the comments feild to automatically get updated when the user changes the status for example to Run, I want the "run status to be added to end of the comments line" can somebody help? Thanks.
On our site we have option where users can add coments to articles. Lately some people have been misbehaving. I wish to add a field in .mdb file and call it "approved". If the field contains "1" then it's ok to show the message, if the field has nothing in it comment will not be shown. How do I implement this into below code. I wish to leave posting as is, just not showing not yet approved comments.
Thank you in advance. (comments are shown in <td>" & rs("Comment") & "</td> part)
Here is the code:
' show past comments If Not rs.EOF Then
s = s & " <tr bgcolor=""" & TitleBGColor & """>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td colspan=""3""> Comments:</td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " </tr>" & vbCrLf
While not rs.EOF s = s & " <tr class=""" & TitleClass & """>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td> </td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td>From:</td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td>" & rs("Name") & " (" & rs("DateAdded") & ")</td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " </tr>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <tr>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <tr class=""" & TitleClass & """>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td> </td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td>Comment:</td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td>" & rs("Comment") & "</td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " </tr>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <tr>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td> </td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td> </td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " <td> </td>" & vbCrLf s = s & " </tr>" & vbCrLf rs.MoveNext Wend End If
I have a comments on my form. I have contacts with them having from 1 to many customers accts. I am trying to come up with a way to update the comments for a contact that adds those comments to all their customers records...but not to those that have been closed. How would I add these comments to the comments on the form without overwriting the current comments.
Comments - Memo Contact - Text
It's quite a pain, copying and pasting from record to record.
Firstly, I would apologise as I am not overly familiar with the correct terminology!
I need to create a "space" on my form whereby I can add comments etc which will exceed 255 characters: these comments will be specific to each record. I have tried having an "unbound" text box in design view but this makes the comments the same on each record.
I know this is probably "as clear as mud" but if anyone can help I would be really grateful.
I am developing a new tool which needs to show the history of updates to the users, i.e.:
An observation is entered into a field on the MAIN FORM by user 1.
User 2 reviews the observation on the MAIN FORM and adds a separate comment in another field on the same form.
When the record is saved, the updates are NOT written to the Main Form Table but to the UPDATES TABLE for audit purposes.
I am also using current date/ time as a timestamp, which is protected and needs to be carried over to the UPDATES TABLE Every time a new comment is added in the MAIN FORM, I need it to be written to the UPDATES TABLE as a new record.
What I need to be able to show is:
Each comment added, as a list of readable records, in a table within the main form AND Each time the main form is refreshed/ opened the separate comment field is blank to enable each new update to be applied.
Hopefully there's someone who can help me with this!!! I've had several unsuccesfull attempts and don't know what else to try...
We're trying to force users to make entries in a field called txtComments in the frmQuestionnaire form if they provide negative responses and to stay on that record until the comments are changed. Inside the form is an option group (fraResponses) which contains options (OptA, OptB..etc.) valued from 1 through 7, based on a likert 7 scale. We're only using a likert 6 scale, so the respondents will only see 2-7 on the form. If they options B-D (valued 2-4), they are considered negative, so we want to make sure they enter a comment.
I tried to enter the italicized code under the form on BeforeUpdate, AfterUpdate, CmdUp (click to next question) and CmdDown (click to previous question), with frmQuestionnaire but nothing happens:
There is a module called clsUser which contains the following and where I tried to insert the code:
Set myForm = Forms!frmQuestionnaire ' ================================================== == ' First, set the value of the variables ' ================================================== == lngQuestion = arrQ(lngArray, 0) lngSession = GetCustomInfo("TestSession") lngUser = UserID lngBillet = BilletID
strComment = Nz(myForm.txtComment, "")
strComment = "None"
'If user selects negative responses If Form_frmQuestionnaire.fraResponses.OptionValue = 2 Or 3 Or 4 And strComment = "None" Then MsgBox "Please explain the problems you encountered with the system which " & _ "caused you to select an unfavorable response." Form_frmQuestionnaire.txtComment.SetFocus
lngResponse = myForm.fraResponses
When I place the code there, the dialog box appears for all values and goes to the next record. This is what appears for the CmdUp (click to next question):
If cUser.blnDirty = False And Me.fraResponses = 153 (this is default value for the entire option group) And cUser.blnNew = True Then cUser.blnDirty = True End If
cUser.CaptureAnswer If cUser.lngArray < cUser.UBound_ArrQ() Then cUser.lngArray = cUser.lngArray + 1 Else cUser.lngArray = cUser.UBound_ArrQ() End If cUser.FillQuestions cUser.blnDirty = False
I've tried to enter the line of code with the form and the module, but no luck.
I also want it to remain on the same record until the field is changed. The form is unbound and has the following:
If Not recAnswer.EOF Then myForm.fraResponses = recAnswer!reDatResponseSetID myForm.txtComment = recAnswer!reComment blnNew = False Else If myForm.fraResponses <> 152 Then myForm.fraResponses = 153 myForm.txtComment = "" blnNew = True End If End If
How to extract the comment system from the Contacts Web Database template found in Access 2010? I can upload it if you like.
I would like to use it in a standard desktop database to track notes and comments in my records.
I am able to convert it from web to standard, but it still appears to use data macros or something, and my knowledge on macros is limited.
I just want to keep a history of my notes for each record, with the most recent always listed, and the comment system in the Contacts Web Database template seems perfect for that. I just don't know how to implement it into my desktop database.
We have created a database where data entry happens on the first form. So far all is working well on this form except users complain there is not enough space for comments. I set up a column for comments, but it is limited to 255 characters. What/How else can I set this up to provide a lot more room?
I'm using Access 2013, with a standard database (non web).
I am trying to figured out a method to keep track of notes and comments that are entered into a record. I would like them to be time stamped, and the most recent listed first.
Do I have to use a split form or similar to do that? Is there a intermediate to easy method of accomplishing this task?
If anyone has seen the Contacts Web database template in Access 2010, the 'Add a Comment' section would be ideal to what I'm looking for. Unfortunately, I'm not sure how to implement it into my database.
Having some trouble with a memo field. For each record, the notes field is present on the Form.... I added an unbound text box (txtMemoAdd) and a command button (Add New Note). When the button is selected, it adds the note to the Read Only Notes Field and adds a timestamp using the following code:
I have written an Access (2000) Db that uses the SendObject function to send an email. Works quite happily for my Windows 2000 Op System users, but not on XP machines. XP machines error with message something like "access denies, not available in this context". Any ideas?
I have one memo per change (user input)...I need to have the comment the user inputs to copy into other records that were queried. I tried insert. My coding does one of the records or all of the records ..I need it to copy just to the queried records ...and I have a query but no filter set.