[" & strFldName &. Also check the iif statements you're using to do the date formatting. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. Already a member? I don't think that's possible... other way is to just do a hide and seek with another text box. Good Luck--------------As a circle of light increases so does the circumference of darkness around it. This thread is locked. http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/a11fc864-b74f-4329-8e79-c74e9a145d98/runtime-error-2001?forum=isvvba. When DB is running, it wants the username and password. The Office 2010 MS Access will also work using data that is stored … Macro Single Step Error 2001 and Enter Parameter Value. To start stepping through the macro, click the Single Step command in the Tools group, and then click the Run command to carry out the first action. Tell me what you need to help me, i can provide you the whole tool. I am getting the following errors when i try to use it: This one appears every time when i open the file or i create new report: Enter Parameter Value. I don't think the iif is necessary at all - if you DO want leading zeroes in the month (eg 01) then simply use Format(SelectDate, "mm"), no need for the iifs. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Privacy Policy. [" & strFldName & "] & _. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. I've been able to recreate the problem quite easily, and an explanation for what is happening. . You can add multiple SingleStep actions to a macro. The Office 2010 MS Access will also work using data that is stored on the shared network drive that is mapped on the computer. The month one is reversed compared to the day one. hehe.. j/k.. Also there are still errors in your SQL. These are not linked tables, just regular tables (USCENTRY and USCENTRY_Fix). I would take care of this before I did anything else, strSearchSQL = "Select Distinct [myqueryname]. Close this window and log in. saveloginid argument, requiring all users to enter the login ID and password each time they connect to the ODBC database." Try nulling out the other combobox before setting the row source to see if that helps. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I can't understand why it is not possible to do that.. maybe you can remove the control and readd it dynamically? After entering those, they choose the enter command button that opens the Home Form. Copyright © 1998-2020 engineering.com, Inc. All rights reserved.Unauthorized reproduction or linking forbidden without expressed written permission. Does this have any impact on my issue?? When they installed Office 2013 MS Access, the program will still work using data stored on the local drive, but when its on the server, it giving an Run-Time error #3709 on the following line of code: DoCmd.TransferDatabase acImport, "Microsoft Access", TeamDirectory, acTable, "USCENTRY", "USCENTRY_Fix". The program works when all data files are on the local drive with the program. Would you mind sharing a small sample on the Skydrive for reproduce the issue? When I did a help on TransferDatabase, I see this statement under remarks: "The administrator of an ODBC database can disable the feature provided by the i am kind of newbie in Access but i am developing a project form my company. It is splited and placed on Server. My best guess is one of those is doing things with database location or user name, and then resulting in errors because one of those is not what it expects. It is splited and placed on Server. Man this problem is a first for me. Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. Wow! Last thing to try it just step through the code and watch how your variables are changing. Thanks in advance. Should be: Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. Single or Double quotes in Field Names is a very bad Idea, particularly when concatenating SQL in VBA. I've done more than my fair share of this type of errors. The home form is associated with an OnOpen event along with an embedded macro whose task is to open a hidden form that is kept open during the whole session. When I use the N: path (the mapped network) I get the run-time error 3709. strSearchSQL = "Select Distinct [myqueryname]. this isn't a duplicate of the linked question, this one is for opening the database interactively, the linked question is for opening it programatically – Tim Abell Aug 16 '15 at 19:41 Your certainly prompting future problems here. Did you check your table field type to make sure it matches with what you have bounded in the combo box data to. I don't think they'll cause errors, but they don't make much sense. I would take care of this before I did anything else.

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