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Dcount Problem

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Mark, Nov 5, 2005.

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  1. Mark

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    Hi,
    I have a form that is based on a query, i use this form to group customers
    together based on warranty claims they have made. One customer can have
    several claims and some customers will have un resolved claims. It is
    important for me to count these records based on two fields, customer name
    and a certain status of their claim. This is what my code looks like so far
    and it mainly works...

    Let cn = [CustomerName]

    intx = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[Customername] = '" & cn & "' AND
    [statusid] = 2")
    inty = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[CustomerName] = '" & cn & "' ")
    [count1] = inty

    My probem happens when a customes name has a ' in it such as Captain's
    Marine. The ' seems to be seen as part of the code and i get a error message
    when i try to count the records. On a normal name such as Mark it works
    perfectly. Is there anywas i can treat the whole customer name as a string?
    Does anyone have some advice?

    Thanks,
    Mark
     
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  3. Wayne Morgan

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    You can use double quotes as the delimiter in your statements so that the
    apostrophes in the names won't cause you a problem. To place a double quote
    in a string without VBA thinking its the end of the string, you have to
    double them. Using your first example, that would change it to:

    intx = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[Customername] = """ & cn & """ AND
    [statusid] = 2")

    To give you an idea of what is happening, this

    "this is a ""test"" string"

    Would return

    this is a "test" string

    --
    Wayne Morgan
    MS Access MVP


    "Mark" <Mark@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:6475C3F0-9D80-4539-AACA-6DD4D25D693B@microsoft.com...
    > Hi,
    > I have a form that is based on a query, i use this form to group customers
    > together based on warranty claims they have made. One customer can have
    > several claims and some customers will have un resolved claims. It is
    > important for me to count these records based on two fields, customer name
    > and a certain status of their claim. This is what my code looks like so
    > far
    > and it mainly works...
    >
    > Let cn = [CustomerName]
    >
    > intx = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[Customername] = '" & cn & "' AND
    > [statusid] = 2")
    > inty = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[CustomerName] = '" & cn & "' ")
    > [count1] = inty
    >
    > My probem happens when a customes name has a ' in it such as Captain's
    > Marine. The ' seems to be seen as part of the code and i get a error
    > message
    > when i try to count the records. On a normal name such as Mark it works
    > perfectly. Is there anywas i can treat the whole customer name as a
    > string?
    > Does anyone have some advice?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Mark
     
  4. Mark

    Mark
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    Hi Wayne,

    Thank you very much, that helped me out a lot! This discussion page is a
    wealth of information to new access programmers.

    Mark

    "Wayne Morgan" wrote:

    > You can use double quotes as the delimiter in your statements so that the
    > apostrophes in the names won't cause you a problem. To place a double quote
    > in a string without VBA thinking its the end of the string, you have to
    > double them. Using your first example, that would change it to:
    >
    > intx = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[Customername] = """ & cn & """ AND
    > [statusid] = 2")
    >
    > To give you an idea of what is happening, this
    >
    > "this is a ""test"" string"
    >
    > Would return
    >
    > this is a "test" string
    >
    > --
    > Wayne Morgan
    > MS Access MVP
    >
    >
    > "Mark" <Mark@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:6475C3F0-9D80-4539-AACA-6DD4D25D693B@microsoft.com...
    > > Hi,
    > > I have a form that is based on a query, i use this form to group customers
    > > together based on warranty claims they have made. One customer can have
    > > several claims and some customers will have un resolved claims. It is
    > > important for me to count these records based on two fields, customer name
    > > and a certain status of their claim. This is what my code looks like so
    > > far
    > > and it mainly works...
    > >
    > > Let cn = [CustomerName]
    > >
    > > intx = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[Customername] = '" & cn & "' AND
    > > [statusid] = 2")
    > > inty = DCount("[StatusID]", "qryfrm", "[CustomerName] = '" & cn & "' ")
    > > [count1] = inty
    > >
    > > My probem happens when a customes name has a ' in it such as Captain's
    > > Marine. The ' seems to be seen as part of the code and i get a error
    > > message
    > > when i try to count the records. On a normal name such as Mark it works
    > > perfectly. Is there anywas i can treat the whole customer name as a
    > > string?
    > > Does anyone have some advice?
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > > Mark

    >
    >
    >
     
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