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Type mismatch in expression. (Error 3615

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by dwaynesworld013, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. dwaynesworld013

    dwaynesworld013
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    I receive the following error whenever I try to open one of my tables in
    Access:
    --Type mismatch in expression. (Error 3615)
    Does anyone know how to fix this? I made sure that all of my joined fields
    match. It is preventing me from opening my table in datasheet view.
    Thanks for your help.
     
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  3. Douglas J. Steele

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    I don't understand what you mean by "open one of my tables" and making "sure
    that all of my joined fields match".

    If you're opening a table, there aren't any joined fields. If you're trying
    to open a query that joins two tables, what's the query?

    --
    Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
    http://I.Am/DougSteele
    (no private e-mails, please)


    "dwaynesworld013" <dwaynesworld013@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
    message news:BB702E89-8525-433C-A984-EF5C5D87A2AA@microsoft.com...
    >I receive the following error whenever I try to open one of my tables in
    > Access:
    > --Type mismatch in expression. (Error 3615)
    > Does anyone know how to fix this? I made sure that all of my joined
    > fields
    > match. It is preventing me from opening my table in datasheet view.
    > Thanks for your help.
     
  4. KARL DEWEY

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    Narrow down the problem by trying to run the query alone that is the record
    source for the form.
    Any calculated textboxes in the form?

    "dwaynesworld013" wrote:

    > I receive the following error whenever I try to open one of my tables in
    > Access:
    > --Type mismatch in expression. (Error 3615)
    > Does anyone know how to fix this? I made sure that all of my joined fields
    > match. It is preventing me from opening my table in datasheet view.
    > Thanks for your help.
     
  5. dwaynesworld013

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    To Douglas:
    I was trying to open my table in the datasheet view but am unable to. I get
    the Type mismatch error message just whenever I try to view the datasheet for
    the table (I can open in design view)

    To Karl:
    The query linked to the table runs just fine. I do not have any calculated
    text boxes in the form that feeds into the table. This started after I
    changed the criteria from one of the fields in the query from Group By to
    SUM. After receiving the error, I changed the query back to the original way
    that it was but am still receiving the error. The help received from Access
    stated the following:

    Type mismatch in JOIN expression. (Error 3615)
    A JOIN expression is attempting to join two tables on fields of incompatible
    data types. For example, you will get this error if you attempt to join a
    Memo field with a Text field.


    "KARL DEWEY" wrote:

    > Narrow down the problem by trying to run the query alone that is the record
    > source for the form.
    > Any calculated textboxes in the form?
    >
    > "dwaynesworld013" wrote:
    >
    > > I receive the following error whenever I try to open one of my tables in
    > > Access:
    > > --Type mismatch in expression. (Error 3615)
    > > Does anyone know how to fix this? I made sure that all of my joined fields
    > > match. It is preventing me from opening my table in datasheet view.
    > > Thanks for your help.
     
  6. Douglas J. Steele

    Douglas J. Steele
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    Are you using Lookup fields in your table? Did you change the definition of
    the table which your current table is looking up its values in?

    --
    Doug Steele, Microsoft Access MVP
    http://I.Am/DougSteele
    (no private e-mails, please)


    "dwaynesworld013" <dwaynesworld013@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
    message news:48F59503-E834-4184-BF9C-10AE52EC026F@microsoft.com...
    > To Douglas:
    > I was trying to open my table in the datasheet view but am unable to. I
    > get
    > the Type mismatch error message just whenever I try to view the datasheet
    > for
    > the table (I can open in design view)
    >
    > To Karl:
    > The query linked to the table runs just fine. I do not have any
    > calculated
    > text boxes in the form that feeds into the table. This started after I
    > changed the criteria from one of the fields in the query from Group By to
    > SUM. After receiving the error, I changed the query back to the original
    > way
    > that it was but am still receiving the error. The help received from
    > Access
    > stated the following:
    >
    > Type mismatch in JOIN expression. (Error 3615)
    > A JOIN expression is attempting to join two tables on fields of
    > incompatible
    > data types. For example, you will get this error if you attempt to join a
    > Memo field with a Text field.
    >
    >
    > "KARL DEWEY" wrote:
    >
    >> Narrow down the problem by trying to run the query alone that is the
    >> record
    >> source for the form.
    >> Any calculated textboxes in the form?
    >>
    >> "dwaynesworld013" wrote:
    >>
    >> > I receive the following error whenever I try to open one of my tables
    >> > in
    >> > Access:
    >> > --Type mismatch in expression. (Error 3615)
    >> > Does anyone know how to fix this? I made sure that all of my joined
    >> > fields
    >> > match. It is preventing me from opening my table in datasheet view.
    >> > Thanks for your help.
     

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