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Problem assigning a query to a list box dynamically

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

  1. Michael Ryle

    Michael Ryle
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    I have a list box defined on a form and I call it "QueryResults".

    I want to be able to use VBA code to dynamically associate a query with this
    "QueryResults" list box control.

    So I write the following VBA code:

    Me.QueryResults.RowSource = "SELECT A, B, C from MyTable WHERE MyTable.A =
    'Some Value'"
    Me.QueryResults.RowSourceType = "Table/Query"
    Me.QueryResults.ColumnCount = "3"
    Me.QueryResults.ColumnHeads = True
    Me.QueryResults.ColumnWidths = "1;1;1;"
    Me.QueryResults.BoundColumn = "0"

    Next I assign the VBA code to a button control so that whenever I click on
    the button the query specified in "RowSource" above will run and the results
    will appear in the list box.

    The problem I'm running into is that what winds up in "QueryResults" after
    the query runs is always and only the last column, column C. No matter how I
    structure the query, I only get one column back and it's always the last one.

    Anybody know what gives here? Thanks.
     
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  3. Michael Ryle

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    Never mind. I found the solution. Turns out that my column widths were not
    being recognized. This doesn't explain why only the last column was
    appearing. That, however, was a red herring.

    "Michael Ryle" wrote:

    > I have a list box defined on a form and I call it "QueryResults".
    >
    > I want to be able to use VBA code to dynamically associate a query with this
    > "QueryResults" list box control.
    >
    > So I write the following VBA code:
    >
    > Me.QueryResults.RowSource = "SELECT A, B, C from MyTable WHERE MyTable.A =
    > 'Some Value'"
    > Me.QueryResults.RowSourceType = "Table/Query"
    > Me.QueryResults.ColumnCount = "3"
    > Me.QueryResults.ColumnHeads = True
    > Me.QueryResults.ColumnWidths = "1;1;1;"
    > Me.QueryResults.BoundColumn = "0"
    >
    > Next I assign the VBA code to a button control so that whenever I click on
    > the button the query specified in "RowSource" above will run and the results
    > will appear in the list box.
    >
    > The problem I'm running into is that what winds up in "QueryResults" after
    > the query runs is always and only the last column, column C. No matter how I
    > structure the query, I only get one column back and it's always the last one.
    >
    > Anybody know what gives here? Thanks.
     
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