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find date, if no match - run query.

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by realspido, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. realspido

    realspido
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    It's me again..
    Ok, I have my form and trying to make Access executing sequence (code):


    DoCmd.FindRecord Me.DateX, , , , , acAll 'dateX - variable from the
    form, or pop-up

    Now,
    If record with DateX doesn't exist in displayed table:

    DoCmd.OpenQuery "qryDLRnew"

    Actually, what I'm trying to do is add new records by running query but if
    records with requested date exist, give a pop-up in result and display first
    record on the form. Am I not confusing?
    ALSO, I have another problem: query adds records into the table displayed by
    form. How to refresh the form to see new records added by query?

    Thanks for any help, always appreciate it.
     
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  3. rico

    rico
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    I would suggest some thing like this:

    i as integer

    i= Dcount("*","Tablename","[DateField] = #" & Me.datex & "#")

    If i = 0 then

    Docmd.openquery "qryDLRnew"
    Docmd.requery

    Else

    MsgBox "No new records added"

    End If


    HTH

    "realspido" wrote:

    > It's me again..
    > Ok, I have my form and trying to make Access executing sequence (code):
    >
    >
    > DoCmd.FindRecord Me.DateX, , , , , acAll 'dateX - variable from the
    > form, or pop-up
    >
    > Now,
    > If record with DateX doesn't exist in displayed table:
    >
    > DoCmd.OpenQuery "qryDLRnew"
    >
    > Actually, what I'm trying to do is add new records by running query but if
    > records with requested date exist, give a pop-up in result and display first
    > record on the form. Am I not confusing?
    > ALSO, I have another problem: query adds records into the table displayed by
    > form. How to refresh the form to see new records added by query?
    >
    > Thanks for any help, always appreciate it.
     
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