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Simple Question

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

  1. James

    James
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    I've only used macros before and now I'm trying to code everything in
    vb... so I'm sure this is simple to do... I've got a table
    "UserIdandPassword" with two fields UserID and Password. I've created a
    form to add records to this table with a UserID field and a Password
    field and an Add button. What code do I put under the Add button to
    make it add the record to the table? Thanks!
     
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  3. Jeff Boyce

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    James

    If you use the Toolbar wizard, Access will walk you through creating a
    command button to save/add a new record.

    And you could always just leave the record you're on ... when you do that,
    Access automatically saves the record.

    Regards

    Jeff Boyce
    Microsoft Office/Access MVP


    "James" <jamesburkett@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1150144451.435215.271720@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...
    > I've only used macros before and now I'm trying to code everything in
    > vb... so I'm sure this is simple to do... I've got a table
    > "UserIdandPassword" with two fields UserID and Password. I've created a
    > form to add records to this table with a UserID field and a Password
    > field and an Add button. What code do I put under the Add button to
    > make it add the record to the table? Thanks!
    >
     
  4. Graham Mandeno

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    Hi James

    If your form is bound to the table then you don't need to do anything.
    Adding a new record in the form will automatically save it to the table,
    unless there is something about it which makes the record invalid.

    If, for some reason, you do not want to use a bound form, then you can
    either:

    a) open a RecordSet based on your table and add a new record (.AddNew) then
    fill in the values in the fields, then save it (.Update), or

    b) execute a sql "INSERT INTO" statement to create the record:

    Dim sSql as string
    sSql = "Insert into UserIdAndPassword (UserID, Password) values ('" _
    & txtUserID & "', '" & txtPassword & "');"
    CurrentDb.Execute sSql, dbFailOnError

    I recommend a bound form!
    --
    Good Luck!

    Graham Mandeno [Access MVP]
    Auckland, New Zealand

    "James" <jamesburkett@gmail.com> wrote in message
    news:1150144451.435215.271720@u72g2000cwu.googlegroups.com...
    > I've only used macros before and now I'm trying to code everything in
    > vb... so I'm sure this is simple to do... I've got a table
    > "UserIdandPassword" with two fields UserID and Password. I've created a
    > form to add records to this table with a UserID field and a Password
    > field and an Add button. What code do I put under the Add button to
    > make it add the record to the table? Thanks!
    >
     
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