I'm not that familiar with recordsets, but this same module is being used successfully earlier in the program, with a recordset being created, written to, and closed. Also, I was thinking I copied the entire code from another frm and project that does a different count on an entirely and much larger recordset for that matter. For fldCount = 0 To rstErrorRecords.Fields.Count - 1 intIRow = intIRow + 1 SpdRecordDetail.ActiveSheet.Cells(1, intIRow).Value = rstErrorRecords.Fields(fldCount).Name Next 'Fill the control with data from the database. More questions Y!A Wrestling Classic, "Modern Era" Region, Second Round? weblink
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It looks like you are trying to perform recordset operations on a connection object which is a problem. Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Visual Basic 6.0 Programming Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Visual C++ & C++ Programming Visual C++ Programming The easiest way to accomplish this is using a criteria form that a… MS Access Visual Basic Classic Advertise Here 770 members asked questions and received personalized solutions in the past For fldCount = 0 To rstCountErrors.Fields.Count - 1 intIRow = intIRow + 1 SpdRecordDetail.ActiveSheet.Cells(1, intIRow).Value = rstCountErrors.Fields(fldCount).Name Next 'Fill the control with data from the database.
This one is in the same format and coded much like that as I copied FROM that frm into this one and yet I get an error here. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. I am using the code listed below, which worked fine in my test environment. Maybe I've just been looking ast this too long.....
If so there might be some place where you are actually causing the problem in the recordset but you aren't getting the error reported to you until you arrive at your Operation not allowed in this context" while updating record in Access in VB If temp.State = adStateOpen Then temp.Close**********this tem.close text is getting highlighted during debug temp.Open "select * from Loanledger Related Sites Visual Studio Visual Studio Integrate VSIP Program Microsoft .NET Microsoft Azure Connect Forums Blog Facebook LinkedIn Stack Overflow Twitter Visual Studio Events YouTube Developer Resources Code samples Documentation Downloads Reply With Quote May 19th, 2005,01:04 PM #10 dolfandave View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter New Member Join Date May 2005 Posts 9 Re: 3219 Error: Operation Not Allowed in
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Any ideas? With SpdRecordDetail.ActiveSheet.Range(SpdRecordDetail.Cells(1, 1), SpdRecordDetail.ActiveSheet.Cells(1, iNumCols)).Font .Bold = True .Size = 10 End With 'AutoFit the columns and make all text left-aligned. Reply With Quote May 20th, 2005,10:11 AM #13 dolfandave View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter New Member Join Date May 2005 Posts 9 Re: 3219 Error: Operation Not Allowed in I have gotten it to work in terms of queries in SQL Server but I am having trouble moving it into Visual Basic.
Results 1 to 6 of 6 Thread: Elusive "Operation is not allowed in this context" Error Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Forgot your password? Is it possible? Am having Problem with my code "Operation is not allow in this context" below is my code: If gbtrr1.State <> adStateClosed Then gbtrr1.Close '---- I expect this line to have closed
Why ? It was the WAY the date was formatted. RE: "Operation Not Allowed in this Context" Error timoteo (TechnicalUser) (OP) 4 Aug 05 14:07 I think I found a solution.I used the Update Method for the recordset and trigger it check over here I changed the name of the recordset object.
Interestingly enough, I use similar code in other parts of my module, and it works fine???? Register Help Remember Me? You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB.
Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? Reply With Quote January 6th, 2011,10:26 PM #6 dglienna View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage ex MVP - Visual Basic Power Poster Join Date Jan 2006 Location Fox Lake, IL It is puzzling because I made the other form into an executable and it works correctly. Is it possible?
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