The even stranger thing is that I do not get this error message on my machine. A CCNo is not > >applicable to all records, so variant was used to handle the null. > > > >> My guess is you are getting a Null in the DLookup("GroupNo", "Accounts") Without the Where clause this should return the GroupNo from the first row of the Accounts table. I can lookup UnitID with other criteria, just not > > using it as criteria.
Is it strange to ask someone to ask someone else to do something, while CC'd? Any other ideas? "ruralguy via AccessMonster.com" wrote: > Maybe there's some corruption. Dec 2 '15 #1 Post Reply ✓ answered by mbizup Delimiters... The exit function line is in there as error handling has not been added yet. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=198381
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I have > added the #s to get it to do so. > > I have made a work around that seems to be functioning for the time being by > You said that on some computers you are getting the error "Error '3464'-Data Type Mismatch in Criteria " when your code runs. You can check whether DLookup is working as expected using the Immediate window in the VBA editor to execute a print statement for the DLookup itself: ?
Though when I did a reponse write on the sqlstr it is presenting the remid.Hope this doesn't sound to confusing. I rewrote your Function, but was unable to test it..... Add Stickiness To Your Site By Linking To This Professionally Managed Technical Forum.Just copy and paste the BBCode HTML Markdown MediaWiki reStructuredText code below into your site. Microsoft: Access Forms Thanks for any assistance.
The recordset generally will not > >have more than one record at a time, but if there is, it should select the > >oldest record first. It would be greatly appreciated. Jul 2 '15 #6 reply P: 10 daisyMay1 Thanks Stewart. http://www.dbforums.com/showthread.php?1081562-run-time-error-3464-Data-type-mismatch-in-criteria-expression I tried converting it to every type of field i could think of in both the code and the underlying query as well as converting the rst field to no avail.
I've incorporated GHudson's "A Better Mouse Trap" logic and when clicking "save" I get the type mismatch error.I don't understand why Access is not returning the 3022 duplicate entry error.When I It has happened with spreadsheets and text files I have users importing. Reply With Quote 12-27-04,10:31 #2 Peter.t View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Nov 2004 Posts 64 nummer = Me!txtRelationID 'if nummer is text it would be like so View 14 Replies View Related Modules & VBA :: Fix Type Mismatch Error With Dcount Function?
Sorry... -- Steve S -------------------------------- "Veni, Vidi, Velcro" (I came; I saw; I stuck around.) "Steve Sanford" wrote: > Hi Scott , > > > PMFJI.... > > You said that Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free. Runtime Error 2471 Dlookup The column eventDates.date is a Date/Time column. Otherwise I'll consider it resolved for now, and mark each of you for helpful posts.
View 2 Replies View Related Date Import From Excel To Access - Type Mismatch Error Sep 17, 2014 So I have a macro in excel which imports data from the excel Thanks! >[All previous posts clipped] Scott Whetsell, A.S. - WVSP, Jun 30, 2008 #13 Steve Sanford Guest Re: DLookup returns Error '3464'-Data Type Mismatch in Criteria Ex I would make It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Find the Swirling Words!
I found this: http://www.mvps.org/access/forms/frm0001.htm Within a string, a function is not evaluated, because it is a string. (Great logic
I have > > added the #s to get it to do so. > > > > I have made a work around that seems to be functioning for the time If I change the data type, in access design, of the two data columns to date type, I get the type mismatch error when I run the import macro button in If so, change HAs LongtoAs StringOtherwise, if it really is numerical, change syntax to eliminate single quotes.
ie "Now()". > > Here is the Debug result after I modified the strSQL line (see the code): > > SELECT OM_Timer, OM_Expiration, OM_UnitID FROM tbl_OrganizationMembers WHERE > OM_Timer = "ON" share|improve this answer answered Dec 12 '14 at 17:39 msim 1269 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign Should you try to get a CCNo if the UNIT is Null??? > > > When I added a "Debug.Print strSQL" command to your code, this is the result: > > The code works fine on my computer running Vista SP1 / Office 2003 SP3 but will not run on the front line comptuers running XP Pro SP3 / Office 2003 SP3.
When the form is submitted the value of the selected option is passed into the following routine: Dim valSelectedDate AsIntegerDim dateParameter AsDatevalSelectedDate = ddlDate.SelectedValuedateParameter = DateAdd("m", valSelectedDate, (Date.Now))cmdSelectEvents.Parameters("@date").Value = dateParameter When Please remove the "_SS" if you try to run the modified function. Here is the fix.1. Home Products Services Learning Forum Contact Access World Forums > Microsoft Access Discussion > Forms VBA DLookup gives Runtime Error '3464' User Name Remember Me?
I don't know why you are using a function instead of a Sub, but ... >The purpose of the UNIT line is to lookup a full ID for the Unit selected, You might look at what you want to happen if the UNIT > >is NULL/Empty. Hope This Helps, PH. The purpose of using the Function as opposed to a sub is that the function is called from a hot-key (F2 specifically) as opposed to a control on a form.