Modules & VBA :: Object Missing Error On Code To Apply Two Filters
May 12, 2015
I've got a form that takes the members from my members table and allows me to take attendance. I have it set up with toggle buttons in the footer (so we can see what class we're currently looking at) and I want to apply two filters when we click on a button. The two filters are "SS_Roll = Yes (or True)" and "SS_Class = AD1 (or whatever the class is)". I did some research and found one code for it, but now that I'm getting the missing object error and upon further research, I'm starting to think the code I found was only an excerpt. Below is the code I currently have. It highlights the first line when I hit debug.
Private Sub OptAD1_Click()
Table![MembersTable].FilterOn = True
Table![MembersTable].Filter = "[SS_Roll] = " & True And "[SS_Class] = " & AD1
The following code supposed to let me print all records OR only those where dAreaFK = myCBO currently I get an error message "Object missing".if i remove this: Or Me!cboStatsArea Is Null..from the last line the it works but only if i make selection in combo.
Code: Private Sub cmdPrintOpen_Click() 'Print open defects using R_Open_details Dim i As Integer i = DCount("*", "Q_Open_details", "dAreaFK=cboStatsArea OR cboStatsArea IS Null") 'MsgBox "The count of rows is " & i If i = 0 Then MsgBox "No Records available for print", _ vbOKOnly, "Error" Exit Sub End If DoCmd.OpenReport "R_Open_details", acPreview, , _ "dAreaFK=" & Me!cboStatsArea Or Me!cboStatsArea Is Null End Sub
I have a form with 5 options in a group. This works fine when I only have 1 filter applied to each button. I need to select the "Not Collected" button and have it filter out and show "Collected = No" and "Deleted = No". Here is my code..Case 3 is the one I'm currently working on. I can get the others once I figure out the first one.
Private Sub Frame799_Click() Select Case Frame799 Case 1
I am pushing some data to Excel from an Access query. When the data is in Excel I reformat the sheet by changing the fonts, applying borders and cell formats - I have got all of this to work fine.
The one thing I am struggling with is applying conditional formats. I am pretty sure it is something to do with incorrectly referencing the applcation/sheet. An extract of what i think to be the key parts of the code are below.
.... Dim ApXL As Object Dim xlWBk As Object Dim xlWSh As Object ...
Set ApXL = CreateObject("Excel.Application") Set xlWBk = ApXL.Workbooks.Add ApXL.Visible = True
I am in the midst of migrating an Access 2003 database to Access 2007 and one of its most important module uses the filesearch object to transfer table data from word files into a table in the databse.
Option Compare Database Option Explicit Public Function ImportPathTableData() Dim objWord As Object Dim objDoc As Word.Document Dim db As Database Dim data As Recordset Dim bWord As Boolean Dim strFolderName, strNPID, strTemp As String Dim tablenb, table, row, column, i As Integer
I have a form where people can enter multiple records. In a command button on that form I have code that assigns a unique identifier for the record. Unfortunately I am getting an error and I think it is b/c the code is not running for each record. Is there a way to tell the code to run once for each record?
Basically I have a form where a user has selected a couple values from a dropdown element, and entered a few other text values into the form. I am then trying to grab the values and append them to a table.
Code: Private Sub btnSubmitInputVendorPerformanceForm_Click() 'Button Is part of frmInputVendorPerformance Dim ValueCheck As Integer 'Increments to make sure no errors in entry Dim ErrorShow As String Dim YesorNoAnswerToMessageBox As String Dim QuestionToMessageBox As String Dim DeliveryRate As String
I am trying to create a txt file to import into our accounting software. I get the file (its blank), but it fails on the WriteLine and i get the run time error. I have a command button on a form that the user will click to export the file.
Private Sub cmdExport_Click() Dim cnn As New ADODB.Connection Dim rst As New ADODB.Recordset Dim strPath As String Dim strPathGB As String
I have a strange behaviour on a module which reference to Microsoft Outlook Object Library 14.0. The below code got an error 461 on the folderoutlook.display code,i.e. the method is not found. The funny thing is that the same code gives no problem in another accdb file, exactly same code with same reference on same machine.
Set appOutlook = GetObject(, "Outlook.Application") Set appOutlook = New Outlook.Application Set namespaceOutlook = appOutlook.GetNamespace("MAPI") Dim folderOutlook As Folder Set folderOutlook = namespaceOutlook.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox) FolderOutlook.Display
I have used the following script to export a subform to excel but it isn't working for a report.
The report name is spelled correctly etc... but the error message keeps saying error 2465 or if I enable the error handler it says application defined or object defined error.
I don't want to have to export the data to a table first, but if I have to then I guess I will have to.
Code: Sub fFunctionNameExportExcel(ctrl As IRibbonControl) 'print to excel Dim rst As DAO.Recordset Dim ApXL As Object Dim xlWBk As Object Dim xlWSh As Object Dim fld As DAO.Field Const xlCenter As Long = -4108
I'm having an issue with the database being read only and a type mismatch due to OpenRecordset. I know this database use to work when it when it was just
CurrentSerNum = RecSet(0) +1 was doing the incrementing.
I need the database to increment in a different way now.
Q=manufacture location 1st number is new=0 or used=1 2nd and third number =82 4th is single digit year aka 2015 = 5 6 and 7th are work week aka 25 for this week 8,9,10 are incremental numbers for the units made that workweek, so 001,002,003. Then week 26 starts the increment starts back at 001.
Code: Private Sub MakeThoseProducts_Click() On Error GoTo Err_MakeThoseProducts_Click Dim NumericSerial As Double Dim WorkWeek As String Dim WorkYear As String Dim WorkWeekNumber As Integer Dim WorkYearNumber As Integer Dim Location As String
Code: Sub ClearDeck() Dim i As Integer Dim ToStay As Variant
'Because Access will not allow a Frame and all it's contents to set Visible = False 'Remove all Frame Controls except those to keep outside our Frame
I'm getting RunTime Error 424 Object Missing on the line inside the if statement. Although it is getting .Controls(i).Name correctly and I would have thought Me is an Object? I also tried the complete Form name but still got the error.
I am working on an ADP ( first time working with this ). I have a form that is based on a parametized query.
The record source for the form is the parametized query which works fine the first time it is brought up. When the user wants to change the client number, a button "change client" is clicked and the event that gets triggered is openform=("edit client")...... Well, instead of being prompted, I get the error "The ApplyFilter action contiains a filter name that cannot be applied".... When I do a right -click on that same button, and "remove filter "I can get my prompt, but I dont want to keep doing that. I am not sure how to remove the filter from this button. I am not sure what the error message is telling me. Thanks for your help.
The task is (1) output an Access query to Excel (2) overwrite that file if it already exists (3) apply specific formatting to the header row and the other rows in Excel. I have cobbled the code together from two sources. The beginning and end are adapted from code on btabdevelopment.com but the large insert in the middle is code I got form a project a former colleague had done. But he's no longer around.
The problem: I click the button and everything works OK. The file is created and formatted just how I want. If I click the button a second time though, it seems to run OK, but when I open the file it is NOT formatted. However, theres another window behind it called Book 1 which has all the data and all the correct formatting it just hasnt been saved. If I click it a third time I get an error message that says Object variable or With block variable not set. Im not even 100% all that is accurate because I have tried it a multitude of ways, closing and re-opening the form, closing and re-opening Access itself, starting with Excel open or closed, never with the destination excel file open though. I dont seem to get exactly the same behaviour any two times. But as far as I can see, if I close and re-open Access, it always works the first time. So I can live with it.
Code: Private Sub cmdExport_Click() On Error GoTo Errhandler Dim rs As DAO.Recordset Dim oExcel As Object Dim oBook As Object Dim oSheet As Object
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.
I am using the function below to calculate a field that excludes weekends and holidays. The weekends are excluded as it is now, but when I try to add in code to exclude holidays I am getting errors. The code for the holidays is in bold and a couple of the errors are Loop without Do so I remove the Loop then I get a Else without If.
Code: Option Compare Database
Public Function WorkingDays(Due_Date As Date, Result_Date As Date) As Integer '-- Return the number of WorkingDays between Due_Date and Result_Date On Error GoTo err_workingDays
I have a accdb pointed at Sql Server 2012 via ODBC pushing text from a text box back to a Sql server's column that is a nvarchar(10) to store zip codes.
Edit: I confirmed that the accdb's linked table has a datatype of text for the zip code column.
Oddly, the Access form's textbox is sending back the text, but stripping out the preceeding zero in the zip code - almost like when excel (shudder) strips the preceeding zeros away from SSNs and Zipcodes - treating them like a number - and not text.
How do I stop this?
The form object is a text box, and the sql server backend doesn't mind the preceeding zero. When I manually set the value to = '01111' using sql server management studio, the value is accepted - and then later viewable (with the zero) when using the accdb's form...
This leads me to believe the form is stripping away the zero when inserting the record. The add records button uses the following to insert the records:
Code: Private Sub btnAddDioOffice_Click() Dim strSQL As String If ListBoxDios.Value <> "" And txtDioOffName.Value <> "" Then