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Posts: 26,373 Thanks: 0 Thanked 2,403 Times in 2,372 Posts Re: Run-time error 3022 with .AddNew Hello there, 1. Read the top post about linking your tables, might help you. Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.Tek-Tips Posting Policies Jobs Jobs from Indeed What: Where: jobs by Link To This Forum! If you are using an INSERT query, post the actual SQL code you are trying to use. weblink

Then I will take that autonumber ID and append it to a string, other words if the autonumber is 100, my string will be "XY-0100" and so on. Apr 13 '11 #10 reply Expert Mod 15k+ P: 29,923 NeoPa There are various tutorials around, but I found the wizards available give a good insight into what is available for How can I go about doing this? Navigate to this record?

I plan to set its value with an update query at the very end of the procedure. For arguements sake lets say this field is vStudentID and that this field will take either the SSN# or an instutional generated number, and you are trying to add a record I have just noticed that the last number field was set to Indexed(No Duplicates), which wasn't a particularly smart idea... The time now is 05:02 PM.

Regards, Michael Michael.K View Public Profile Find More Posts by Michael.K 07-08-2010, 06:41 AM #2 vbaInet AWF VIP Join Date: Jan 2010 Location: U.K. Quote: plus a Yes (No Duplicates) index? Booleans, Strings, Numbers a different story there, will return false, vbNullString, 0. What's this I hear about First Edition Unix being restored?

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When I add the record for the first time it works fine. Join Us! *Tek-Tips's functionality depends on members receiving e-mail. All times are GMT -5. I'm only going on what I know/have learnt so far/have googled, so I am constantly learning as I go! (Especially thanks to people on this forum!) Apr 12 '11 #8 reply

At this line in my code: me.requery I'm getting the "runtime error 3022"--value cannot be entered into the table because there is a duplicate value in the (primary-keyed) field.elp! Resources Join | Indeed Jobs | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc. The code for this is: Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers PrivateSubcmdSave_Click() DimdbAsdao.Database DimrstAsdao.Recordset DimstrFileNameAsString Setdb=CurrentDb Setrst=db.OpenRecordset("ResultsScreenshots") 'Checkafilepathwasentered. George Home | Blog Reply With Quote 07-22-08,10:44 #5 hunterw View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jun 2008 Posts 22 I've tried using DoCmd.FindRecord, but there's a new

However the recordset is re-opened upon clicking the save button, so this surely should flag remove the file from the recordset? have a peek at these guys Just turned the indexing back on for that column - that now works as well... rst!FileExtension=getFileExtension(txtPath.Value)'Storesthefileextension. Solutions?

That might be a good place to start. Well, what I was getting at is that Function MyFunction() will not return a value where Function MyFunction() As Something will. __________________ Free tools, code and samples here: To view links English fellow vs Arabic fellah Generate a one-path maze What is the parentage of Gil-galad? check over here Here's the rather obfuscated code that ended up working!

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Seems simple, but using the DoCmd menuitems to delete screws up the DoCmd.FindRecord Fun times!

Here's the code that I'm trying to execute: Code: Do While strInput2 <> Empty '<== Loop through directory folder strProcessFile = "yes" Open strInput2 For Input As #dblInFile '<== Prep input Reply With Quote May 21st, 2003,08:27 AM #2 Ecniv View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Don't Panic! Reply With Quote 07-21-08,16:46 #4 gvee View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage www.gvee.co.uk Join Date Jan 2007 Location UK Posts 11,422 Provided Answers: 10 DLookup perhaps? So it thinks that it's duplicating a file, when the previous 'copy' of that file was actually deleted.

PS. Currently the only way to upload another file is to shut down Access and re-open it again, though this is because it compacts on close and the deleted files actually ARE Any help or advice will be appreciated. http://cloudindet.com/vb6-runtime/vb6-runtime-error-364.html I've also tried setting Required = NO; Indexed = Yes(Duplicates OK) for both ProgramID and ActorID in ProgramActorLINK, and doing all these together.  No combination seems to allow me to run past the

I searched through the entire database and found "GSC-20141218-JOEW-0000015279" (with quotes around it). Change the data in the field or fields that contain duplicate data, remove the index, or redefine the index to permit duplicate entries and try again. Code: dim butt As Long Private Sub Mouse_UID_Exit(Cancel As Integer) On Error GoTo UIDAlreadyExist 'blablabla UIDAlreadyExist: If Err.Number = 3022 Then Dim Answer As String Dim MyNote As String MyNote = Forum New Posts Today's Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders dBforums PC based Database Applications Microsoft Access Trapping error 3022 in order to automatically

You currently have 0 posts. Register now while it's still free! The approach you are using is unnecessarily complicated as you are trying to redo Access's job. Are you suggesting that I make BOTH (I'm not shouting) of these changes or one or the other of them?

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