General :: Saving Data - Update Or Cancel Update Without AddNew Or Edit
Apr 13, 2013
My membership database has worked fine until recently. Now I cannot save inserted data. On attempted saving "Update or CancelUpdate without AddNew or Edit" appears.
The problem. relates to 2 tables Member and Addresses. PK in the parent table Member is ID. In the Addresses Table the FK is ID. There is a One to One relation between the tables and Referential Integrity is set. I know 1 to 1 is not good but it worked fine in this small database.
I get an error "update or cancel update without add new or edit" which seems to point to this code.I am using MS Access 2010.
Private Sub Form_BeforeUpdate(Cancel As Integer) 'Store when record was last modified and by who. 'Initially stores when the record was entered. If Me.NewRecord = True Then Exit Sub 'Exit if new record Me.DateLastModified.Value = Now() Me.LastModifiedBy.Value = getUser() End Sub
I have tried to put an Event Procedure on the AfterUpdate (or OnChange) of the Combo Box, and i wrote in it:
------------------------ Private Sub COFNumber_Change() ' Find the record that matches the control. Dim rs As Object If Me![BillNumber] <> Null And Me![BillNumber] <> " " Then: Set rs = Me.Recordset.Clone: rs.FindFirst "[Bill Table_CustomerName] = '" & Me![BillNumber] & "'": If Not rs.EOF Then Me.Bookmark = rs.Bookmark End Sub -------------------------
I try the form, and i get the following message:
"Update or CancelUpdate without AddNew or Edit"
I dont know what this means, and i dont know how to get it working. Anyone has an idea?
I have a subform which asks a user to confirm the update before it happens - if the user selects no - then the update is cancelled.
When the parent (they are not related record wise) form is closed the update on the subform is attempted - if the user selects no - how can I cancel the close of the parent form. At the moment a message saying "Cannot save the record at this time - changes may be lost". Which I don't want to see.
is anyone has idea about how to undo update for subform?
i have a parent form(linked to A table) and a subform (linked to another table). the parent table has two button-save and cancel. i was wondering how the subform cancel update if the parent form's cancel button has been clicked? the code Me.undo will undo the parent form's record only, since the subform record has been saved into access.
I have a form that displays fields from two tables. I have set the properties of Allow Edit, Allow Additions, Allow Update, Data Entry to NO. However I want to allow users to be able to add new, edit/update and delete records from the form by clicking on respective command buttons.
the problem is that the code that I am using is giving me errors that says that I "You cannot go to the specified field" I need help on proper VB code to use that will allow me to enable input and update on the records in the table.
I have a big application, which we updated to Access 2010 a month ago. It ran fine. Then we also just updated the data from 2003 to 2010. Now we have very slow searches of big tables/queries, and the tech says that 'cpu usage on the server has gone to 100%'.
What can be happening? Nothing else has been changed except that the data has been updated to 2010 accdb.
I have data in all sorts of tables and databases that are linked together through different systems. I'd like to update some of the information automatically in the evenings or in the middle of the night without needing someone to push a button. Is there a way to do this?
I have a table "Customer Plans" with 100s of rows of data with 3 columns
'Name', 'Company', 'Plan Type'
I want to create a new column or table "Customer Details" with the the column name 'Customer' under the following criteria:
If the data in 'Customer Plans.Company' Column meets a certain criteria as in = "Corp&Gov" or "Head Office" or is "blank", I want it to populate the new column/table "Customer Details.Company" with the corresponding data in the 'Customer Plans.Name' column
e.g. if Name = Anna B Company = Corp&Gov then Customer = Anna B
I want to populate 'Customer' with Anna B for that record and so on down the list of data in 'Company' column.
If however the 'Company' column doesn't meet the criteria, I want to populate the new column/table 'Customer' with the current data in 'Company'
if Name = Anna B Company = Dealer then Customer = Dealer
The uploaded database has two main forms. The first is used to enter customer data, the second runs from a query and shows all those records that have been completed in the first form (frmCustInfo - AgentLog = Yes) but not completed in the second form (frmControlsSource - AnalystLog = No)
Then more data is input into one of the subforms (frmControlChecks). Now in order for me to see the results of the queries connected to two other subforms I have to move off the record and back to it (for the record to be saved and then the queries run)
After moving back to the record, the query results on the right (Information Only) are manually added to the last subform 'Input Two', then the user would move on to the next record and do the same. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What I need it to do then is this: When the user tabs off the last field in the subform (frmControlChecks), the queries to the right (two subforms) would run, showing the results and also populating the last subform (frmAnalystInput)
The user would then click AnalystLog and move to the next record.
I hope this is possible without redoing the forms/queries because it's taken ages to get this far
I've also added info in this sample database and some working data if you want to take a look...thanks for any help
Hi I have a form with avout 4 fields based upon a query to allow user to edit an entry if needed. I want to put a cancel button on so that if they change their mind after having changed a field it reverts to its original value - so for instance they decide to change a land line phone number to a mobile, exit the field but then have a brain storm and decide not to do this so hit the cancel button. At the moment my cancel button just closes the form (and accepts the overwrite) which would be fine if I am using ADO but not if I am using a bound form. I am sure there is a simple answer (since I cannot be the only person who thinks this option might be a good idea). I am just not sure how to look for it. Any thoughts or ideas? Thanks
My problem is making it so that every part number has its own array, aka [family tree], so that for part "F" the table would hold "A,C,D,F"
I though an update query where for example: *"Zero" is a single field string.
IIF(<>null(), Save  to Zero, Write Zero to )
Would work but have been unable to find any information about passing a field value to a variable for later use or comparison. I would have already done this in excel if the table had less that 65000 records.
I have a table called tblCompanies. When a company acquires another company, I need a method by which the acquired company's CompanyID (PK) can be updated to the new company's CompanyID (PK). I also need to be able to update all related CompanyIDs (FKs) to the new value in related tables.
In cases in which the new company does not have an existing record, there is no problem: the company name simply gets changed to the new company and the existing CompanyID is maintained. I then use an audit table and Track Changes function to keep track of the company name data and a union query to keep the old names in the selection lists.
The problem is when both companies already have existing records in the table.
So, let's say I have records for Company A and Company B. Company A merges with Company B and Company B is now the main record. What is the best, simplest and easiest way to update the CompanyID (PK) from A to B and change the CompanyID (FK) to the new value in all related tables?
I am envisioning a pop-up form that directs the user to select the new company and then an update query happens behind the scenes... but exactly how does the criteria for the update query get selected and how do all the related tables get updated? My vba skills are pretty basic, will I need extensive coding to do something like this?
This frame controls an option group. If they are in an existing citation and want to start one for another type, this offers to write a new record in when they try to switch. Problem is, if it DOES write the new record, it seems to be saving the old record, and thus both will end up 56, for example. Access seems to be ignoring/overwriting the Me.frameCitationType.Undo (I don't want to use Me.Undo because they may have made other changes as well).
If the user does not spawn the new citation, it undoes fine. I suspect the problem may be the Filter/FilterOn?
Code: Private Sub frameCitationType_BeforeUpdate(Cancel As Integer) Dim chap As Integer Dim othercit As Variant Dim curRecord As DAO.Recordset Dim curDefend As DAO.Recordset If Me.NewRecord = True And IsNull(Me.CaseNumber) Then MsgBox "Enter the Service Order and Increment first, please.", vbExclamation
I have one DB that is used for creating/storing customer ID's, and another DB that is used for creating/storing job information for customers.I have linked the table from the customer DB to the job DB.
There is a table in the job database that holds customer name and ID, and some VBA that generates unique job codes.
Is it possible to have the data from the linked table automatically update into the existing table?
I have some field in my details section,It works like a grid view,if I search data by query then It shows all of the related data from database,then I edit or save data one by one,but the problem is I want to disable text box after edit/save data.But if I write code like--
If Me.Text103 > "" Then Me.Text103.Enabled= False Else Me.Text103.Enabled= True End If
It disable the all of the rows,but I want to disable only the specific field where I enter the data.
I'm saving links to a combobox in a form, but each time I close out of the form and reopen it the Combobox doesn't keep the list of data I entered before and only keeps the last selected one in its drop down menu.
Is there a way to make the Combobox store/keep the data?
Ok, i have a question about update queries.I have two tables (I'll call table 1 and table two for simplicity) and an update query. I want to get some data from table one to table two (via an update query). But in table two there is a field that isn't in table one but i want to add a value to that field via the query.My question is, can i manually put into the query what data to add to a field instead of/aswell as using data from other tables.I hope you understood my questions.Cheers
I am working on a DB for work. Currently the form has 3 options, each one selected hides/shows different fields pertaining to that option. Works great when you are putting data into the tables using the form. Problem is when you start that the beginning and click 'next'. When clicking next you do not see the fields show or hide. How do I make this happen?