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I've Googled this to death. No tables. Although, it now gives me a new error message: "The command or action 'SaveRecord' isn't available now." "Error 2046" The reason you are in the Form's BeforeUpdate event is because the Thank you for doing this for me, as I am ABSOLUTELY stumped by this. http://arabopensource.net/access-2007/access-2007-runtime-error-3270.html

Jul 8 '09 #10 reply 100+ P: 675 OldBirdman Access 2003 Windows Vista I've stripped my program to do less than I need it to do, and I still cannot get Mar 9 '10 #2 reply P: 3 rudivs Thanks for your reply ADezii, I misunderstood how Cancel = True setting works, thank you for clarifying that. That's when Err 2115 was raised.My solution was to move the reformatting to an OnExit procedure. Perform local &cloud backup in the same step, and restore instantly—anytime, anywhere. http://www.utteraccess.com/forum/caused-Runtime-error-211-t1936137.html

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Similarly if the textbox was for a number but not text. Took me hours to work this one out so thought I would share. Is improving a simple algorithm without beating the state of the art still publishable? What next after windows domain account has been compromised?

The before update event will run for unbound textboxes. Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find The macro or function set to the Before Update or Validation property for this field is preventing the application from saving the data in the field." I've removed almost everything from I would contend this is one such instance.

If the textbox was for a date, you wouldn't want to accept someone's first name instead of a date. http://arabopensource.net/access-2007/access-2007-runtime-error-31519.html Visit our UserVoice Page to submit and vote on ideas! If, as it might appear, code is trying to update this control, and also trying to set its value in the Before Update event, the conflict will throw an error.George HuntsvilleManView This is not necessary in all circumstances but some databases can be very bulky and some things do not effect the actual problem at all.

Stay logged in Welcome to Office Forums! share|improve this answer answered Oct 12 '09 at 11:43 Tony Toews 7,05511324 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I know this is an old thread, and has already been Time well spent. his comment is here I could be wrong, but I think you're missing a step in your process.

StateBox is simply a list of U.S. That leads me to believe that the Value property is the default property for the control. I actually replaced the line of code: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers Forms!fAAA.lbxSelect.RowSource=strSQL with: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers Forms!fAAA.lbxSelect.RowSource=_ "SELECTKey,TitleName,FirstLetter"&_ "FROMtAAA"&_ "WHERE(((FirstLetter)='N'))"&_ "ORDERBYTitleName;" The problems go away.

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So there is something in the query that is wrong. That worked. Advertisements Latest Threads Mobile phone signals could be blocked in cars Becky posted Dec 19, 2016 at 4:24 PM WCG Stats Monday 19 December 2016 WCG Stats posted Dec 19, 2016 Jul 6 '09 #4 reply Expert 100+ P: 1,287 ChipR I guess what I meant to ask was whether lbxSelect was unbound.

Guess I would have to be there :-) mx 0 Featured Post U.S. So, to say it explicitly take out the Save command from the Before Update event code. __________________ Free tools, code and samples here: To view links or images in signatures your It doesn't get any further. http://arabopensource.net/access-2007/access-2007-runtime-error-3426.html You learned how to avoid bugs, as well as how to utilize the Immediate window in the debugging process.

Grab this deal now before it disappears! Have you done this approach before where you assign a sql statement (in form of a string variable) to a form field? HuntsvilleManView Member Profile Feb 15 2010, 07:55 AM Post#7Posts: 256Joined: 8-September 09From: Huntsville, AlabamaTo answer why I use the code below I'll provide a few more details:Forms]![MyForm1].[txtPhoneNumber1] = " "This is Jul 6 '09 #3 reply Expert 100+ P: 1,287 ChipR Do any fields on your form have default values?

That code was fairly efficient and quick but not near as quick as not executing it at all. One form containing a listbox and a textbox. After validation in a BeforeUpdate procedure, the new data is saved in a bound field that is hidden behind the unbound field. Holiday present-ation vs.

Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Hank Megens Guest Hello, In a form I use a combo box to give people a self chosen number So after giving out a number I don't want to see it The function checks the values entered into textboxes and comboboxes etc are valid. But that wouldn't let me undo the changes if I added a cancel option to undo changes (Undo only seems to work in BeforeUpdate): Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers PrivateSubcboOption_BeforeUpdate(CancelAsInteger) IfMe![cboOption]="A"orMe![cboOption]="B"Then Answer=MsgBox("Don'tyoumeanC?",vbYesNoCancel) IfAnswer=vbYesThen Me![cboOption]="C"

Thanks for your help, I have now got it working. That leads me to believe that the Value property is the default property for the control. Take yourself to another level. When I've tried to use it, it works perfectly.

DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdSaveRecord is called when it is a new record. If the process depends on any linked tables then make local copies in your database to replace the linked tables. That is why I want to know what is going on.