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macro/subform event

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

  1. Nathan

    Nathan
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    I want my macro to evaluate if a field in a SUBFORM is null, and if not,
    allow the user to click an option radio button. If the field IS null, then
    the user shouldn't be allowed to click. Sounds easy enough, right?

    I have this as a condition in my macro:
    [Forms]![frmupdatecaseentry]![SelectedStatusNumber]=6 And
    [Forms]![fromCaseFeatureSubform]![FeatureDateClosed] Is Null

    The problem is that I get an error message to the effect of "Can't find the
    subform 'fromCaseFeatureSubform'" - as though it doesn't recognize that the
    subform is open (the subform IS in fact open inside the frmupdatecaseentry
    main form).

    I've tried using the .form suffix after my subfrom name, but that doesn't
    seem to work. Any other ideas?
     
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  3. Allen Browne

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    Subforms are not open in its own right, i.e. they are not part of the forms
    collection.

    Try referring to the text box like this:
    [Forms]![frmupdatecaseentry]![fromCaseFeatureSubform].Form![FeatureDateClosed]

    For an explanation, see:
    Referring to Controls on a Subform
    at:
    http://allenbrowne.com/casu-04.html

    --
    Allen Browne - Microsoft MVP. Perth, Western Australia.
    Tips for Access users - http://allenbrowne.com/tips.html
    Reply to group, rather than allenbrowne at mvps dot org.

    "Nathan" <Nathan@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:12FE378E-3C88-44BE-A0B2-A63DAABA1AC3@microsoft.com...
    >I want my macro to evaluate if a field in a SUBFORM is null, and if not,
    > allow the user to click an option radio button. If the field IS null,
    > then
    > the user shouldn't be allowed to click. Sounds easy enough, right?
    >
    > I have this as a condition in my macro:
    > [Forms]![frmupdatecaseentry]![SelectedStatusNumber]=6 And
    > [Forms]![fromCaseFeatureSubform]![FeatureDateClosed] Is Null
    >
    > The problem is that I get an error message to the effect of "Can't find
    > the
    > subform 'fromCaseFeatureSubform'" - as though it doesn't recognize that
    > the
    > subform is open (the subform IS in fact open inside the frmupdatecaseentry
    > main form).
    >
    > I've tried using the .form suffix after my subfrom name, but that doesn't
    > seem to work. Any other ideas?
     
  4. Nathan

    Nathan
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    AHA! That did it. Thanks Allen

    "Nathan" wrote:

    > I want my macro to evaluate if a field in a SUBFORM is null, and if not,
    > allow the user to click an option radio button. If the field IS null, then
    > the user shouldn't be allowed to click. Sounds easy enough, right?
    >
    > I have this as a condition in my macro:
    > [Forms]![frmupdatecaseentry]![SelectedStatusNumber]=6 And
    > [Forms]![fromCaseFeatureSubform]![FeatureDateClosed] Is Null
    >
    > The problem is that I get an error message to the effect of "Can't find the
    > subform 'fromCaseFeatureSubform'" - as though it doesn't recognize that the
    > subform is open (the subform IS in fact open inside the frmupdatecaseentry
    > main form).
    >
    > I've tried using the .form suffix after my subfrom name, but that doesn't
    > seem to work. Any other ideas?
     
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