I am assigning a value from a table to text box on the form through VBA. It gives the following error :
Run time error 2115
The macro or function set to the BeforeUpdate or ValidationRule property for this field is preventing MS Access from saving the data in the field. I have no BeforeUpdate or Validation event for the text box. What else could be the cause ?
The text box is unbound and I use ADODB connection.
The following code is in the Form Current. As you can see if BranchCode = 2 I want to do a DLookup on the SystemPreferences table that holds a number Branch fields that hold document archive numbers for that branch. I want to move the number in the CroArchiveNo field into the field ArchiveNumber. I then run an Update Query on the system preferences table to add one to the relative branch archive number.
If Me.[BranchCode] = 2 Then Me.[ArchiveNumber] = DLookup("[CroArchiveNo]", "SystemPreferences", "[SysPrefId] = 1") DoCmd.SetWarnings False DoCmd.OpenQuery "UpdateCroArchiveNo" DoCmd.SetWarnings True End If
My problem is that I get an error
Run Time error 2448 You can't assign a value to this object
I have a report with many unbound fields with expressions (over 200). I've began getting this error message. This may seem like a dumb question but what does it mean when it speaks of simplifying the expression by assigning parts to variables. I put a few examples of some of the expressions below.
"This expression is typed incorrectly, or it is too complex to be evaluated. For example, a numeric expression may contain too many complicated elements. Try simplifying the expression by assigning parts of the expression to variables."
I added a command button to a form that will create a new record and keep certain fields from the previously saved record. Whenever I open the form from the database window and enter in a new record, then click the command button to move to a new record it works fine; however, when I access the form through the Switchboard and try to use the command button it gives me a "You can't go to the specified record. You may be at the end of a recordset." error.
Does anyone know what I need to do to correct this problem?
Why does the following code generate an error. All i want to do is open a recordset which I thought would be straightforward. (novice Programmer, new to access vba). The set statement in the ComboProduct event generates the error.
Option Compare Database Dim Company As String Private dbaProposal As DAO.Database Dim EffectiveDate As Date Dim Product As String Private rstProposal As DAO.Recordset
Private Sub ComboProduct_AfterUpdate() Product = ComboProduct.Value Set rstProposal = dbsProposal.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM Proposals WHERE Proposals.[Group Name]='" & Company & "' AND Proposals.[Effective Date]=#" & EffectiveDate & "# AND Proposals.Product='" & Product & "'") End Sub
Private Sub Form_Load() Set dbsProposal = DBEngine.OpenDatabase("Database1.accdb") End Sub
Hi Everyone, I was wondering if anybody would be kind enough to help me with a problem that I have with regards to a 'Contacts Database' that I found under the Sample Database link on this site - posted by MStCyr. When I try to navigate through A-Z buttons I am presented with a dialogue box which states " the object doesn't contain the Automation object 'RecordsetClone', whatever that means??
I would like to use this sample DB in my project however it is presently unusable unless I can figure out how to clear this problem. If this is not achievable could you please point me in the right direction where I could find a similar, downloadable file.
Hopefully a more experienced forum member than I could please help me out.........
How it works: You search for a User, and then you search for a Serial.Now, what if I want to edit the table? (inside the subform, the results). I added an openRecordSet, and Parameters, but I still get the error saying that Recordset cannot be updated.Why? I opened and sent parameters but still fails.
I have 2 similar numbers in a table with the following parameters:
Double, Fixed, DecPlaces = 2 One number (GLminor) = 0.10 Second Number (GLmaj) = 0.50
When i use the following code to create and pull the numbers from a recordset the (Gmin) is OK and displays as 0.1 but the (Gmaj) has a problem and displays as 0. So when i'm attempting to use it in an equation (OtherNumber) / (Gmaj) i'm getting a divide by zero error.
Code: sSQL1 = "SELECT * FROM tblRScales WHERE ID = " & RScaleID Set rs1 = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(sSQL1, dbOpenDynaset) rs1.MoveFirst Gmaj = rs1!GLmaj Gmin = rs1!GLminor
I've tried using CDec(OtherNumber) / CDec(Gmaj) and still get the same error.
As both numbers have the same properties in the table parameters i'm completely lost as to why one seems OK while the other seems to round down to 0.
I have a linked table to a DB2 database. this table contains key-pair values and has about 140k records.
I use a Sub to update the value of a specific record.
The sub starts by opening the needed DAO recordset Then it uses the rs.Findfirst method It checks if rs.Nomatch is not true (so the records exists!) Then it starts updating the record with rs.edit rs!value1 = myvalue1, rs!value2 = myvalue 2 rs.Update There is where I get the '3021 No current record' error
I use the same sub on the same table to update to different parts. One part works the other gives me the error.
Special situation: The SQL Server Linked Server across the country is linked to a Read Only Oracle DB. This data pull works perfectly and populates the Subform.
The problem is that Oracle can take 3 to 6 seconds to retrieve the single record depending on the network traffic through a small pipe.
The code below shows the RecordSource for the SubForm. clicking on a list box supplies the value. Then 3 to 6 seconds later, the subform populates.
The actual Recordset for this Recordsource is needed to conduct Validation on each field. Normally this would be on SQL Server, I might just create a Recordset Oject and run this SQL statement again in 1 milisecond. In this case, it will probably take an additional 3 to 6 seconds. Avoiding another lengthy round-trip to Oracle would be prefered.
Goal: How does one grab, clone, or other wise reference the existing recordset for the SubForm?
Note: Immediate Window - One single field can be returned quickly
There are 48 fields that need validation - is there a way to reference the entire recordset?
Immediate Window during Break Mode: ? me.fsubsrNavSHLBHL("NavSH_QQ") NESE ' this is the correct value for the current recordsource
Set a breakpoint right after the line: fsubsrNavSHLBHL.Form.RecordSource = "Select * from vsrNavigatorSHLBHL where Well_ID =" & txtNavWellID.Value
Immediate Window: ? me.fsubsrNavSHLBHL.Form.RecordSource Select * from vsrNavigatorSHLBHL where Well_ID =91229
I have a form (frmAssign) based on a query which when opened directly from the database window allows me to update any of the fields.
BUT when I open the same form from a coded button on a different form (frmLastAssignment), my efforts to update any of the fields are thwarted and "Recordset is not updateable" appears in the status bar.
Process That Will Let Me Update Open frmAssign directly from database window.
Process That Won't Let Me Update Open frmLastAssignment, click on "Continue" button to open frmAssign.
Any suggestions of what is happening and how to fix it would be greatly appreciated!
Hi guys, I'm a bit confused: I know that opening a bound form will bring down the whole recordset. But if I create a parametered query as the recordsource, will it still bring down the whole recordset first and only afterwards cut down to the records matching the parameters?
Example: I have a clients table with 5000 clients on a backend mdb, and my client lookup form in my frontend mdb. If I open the form looking for just client "Jim Jones" (via the parameter query), will Access bring down all 5000 clients from the backend to my frontend first, and only then seek out "Jim Jones" before discarding the rest of the recordset?
For if this is true then this whole Access business is rather unsuited for networks, even a small one. I hope you guys prove me wrong.
I want to write a email where there are 2 or 3 different ordernumbers for same email, i want to include the email in the mail part as single column table. how to do it? also can i use result of one recordset for other recordset?
I think this should be a simple question, but I just cannot figure it out. I have a form which contains a check box. I want to set the value of a field in a table to 0 if the box is unchecked and 1 if the box is checked. How can I do this
In my very first thread i bring a doubt that persutes me since laste Friday. I have search in the web an in this forum but, unfurtunantly, I didnīt find a answer for my problem. I hope some of you can help me :)
I am currently trying to construct a Data Base which will keep between 1.000.000 and 5.000.000 registries, and will have about 80 to 90 Fields. As you can see, its very much information to be hold and i need to ensure that the queries, that will be made to this DB, will be the simpliest and fastest as it can be possible.
Anyway, my problem is the folowing one:
I have a table, named Person, and in that tabe I got a field named Age and other on named Desig_AgeGroup. I want to assign the Age to the correnpondent AgeGroup automaticly (e.g.: if there is a registry in the field Age of the table Person thas is equal to 12, I would like that in the Field AgeGroup, in the table Person, appear " Between 1 and 14 years old" after that i typed 12 in the Age field, or after I imported Data to the field Age). For this proupose I had created another table, named AgeGroup, whit the following fields: Cod_AgeGroup, Desig_AgeGroup, Age_min, Age_max. At this point, my idea is to compare the Age, from the table Person, whith Age_min and Age_max, from the table AgeGroup. However, the only thing i have acomplished whit this method was a Text box that apear in the field AgeGroup whith all the Age groups that I had specified in the field Desig_AgeGroup of the table AgeGroup.:( Can someone tell me How can the Age groups apear automaticly in that field?
I hope I have been explicit...and sorry my poor, poor english I aprreciate, since now, any help i can get from you.
I notice that this topic has been done to death.....I have a database that is embedding the pictures and the predictable problems has manifested...the database is swelling up....
I'm learning to adapt the database to include the file location in the form and have the picture box refer to the file location, rather then embedding the picture into it....the problem that I have is that although I know how to do it because I get it.....this database will be run by a number of people, many of which don't have much experience and it must be simple to input the file location. Is there a way to simplify putting the file location in the text box aside from typing it in manually (a search window; like the one that appears when trying to open a file or insert an object, perhaps)....
I have a form that has a button. This button is used to open a report. The command used to open the report refers to a query and sets the criteria so the report generated only returns values the button asks for.
I know how to set the criteria of a query using VBA, but is there a way to set a field that has no data to now have data?
I have a field in a query called Type and it is set to Null (SQL: Null As Type) I would like to do this in the VBA, but subsitute the Null for a value that would be specific to the button.