Commit row in form
I made a form using Record Source from Query.
I placed combo boxes using separate queries for Row Source.
When I try to input data I can not. Error statement says the row is not committed and that I sould commit the row.
What does that mean? I cannot find a reference anywhere to help correct the problem
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I'm using Access 2007 and have a form for fleet vehicles and a subform for repair records. The two are linked on the Vehicle # field. When adding a repair record to the subform, I locatethe correct vehicle on the form and all the entered repair records are correctly displayed.
However, when I add a new record to the subform (repairs table), and type a date in the RepairDate field, I get the message "The value cannot be added to this new row until the row has been committed. Commit the row first, and then try adding the value."
but the only answer I found was "The subform row is being saved without a required field, probably the primary key."
How do I commit the new row? How do I enter the primary key, which is an autonumber field added when an entry is made in the row?
I am needing to develop a subform version of a form that is already in my application. That form calls an AddRecord / EditRecord form itself. When those forms Commit an update, they call back to the parent form, firing a re-query event and passing the event the ID of the record which was added/updated. That all works fine and dandy, until..
Now I am developing this clone of that records list form, to be used in a subform context on another main form. It will be known via a different name this time to receive the callback upon successful commit of the INSERT/UPDATE.
I am thinking to make this record list / add+edit dialog handshake unique in that the list form will pass some sort of token to the add/edit dialog in order that it know who called it, thus know who to send the requery event to when it has successfully committed.
Is that sort of information (which form opened another form) available automatically? Or do I need to pass it along myself when the child form is opened?
I have created bunches of simple access DB, and never had this problem, it only has happened in on DB, and the form design was no different than before. Normally in the form in the row I enter figures, tab and go to the next column space in that row, however in the one form when I start off in the first column, I hit tab button and instead of taking me to the next column in the same row, it jumps down to the next column in the row BELOW the row I am working in, in other words it tabs down and to the right. Once I click using the mouse back into the cell I wanted, tabbing through the rest of the columns in that row work fine, its just going from column 1 to 2 that causes a row jump down
Anyone know if there is a way to show a progress indicator when you commit the changes using DAO? I have a rather large DAO process and when it commits it just looks like the program hangs but its really updating and when its finished it tells the user.
I would really like to be able to provide either a simple progress bar or if I could actually show whats going on.
I have a Multi-Item form and would like to do some math and change formatting on some fields depending on content of data in each row. From what I can tell, the on Load even only lets you do something with the first row and does not execute the VBA code for any following row.
I don't see any way to trigger the VBA code on a row-by-row basis as the form is being painted.
Does anyone have a technique to do this or do I have to go to some other form type to do some dynamic formatting?
update items statement
inset order statement
select @@identity statement
select * from items where statement
My first question is should we put the two SELECT statements inside or outside commit trans?
My second question is do we need a transaction for just SELECT statements like the following?
select 1 statement
select 2 statement
select 3 statement
I think only action queries can be a transaction.
here is my problem. I have a combo box and have value list as my row source type(I know, not the best option, I didn't design it). So my row source is a list of over 20 options. When I try to add another row source value, it does not appear on the form. Is there any way possible for me to get this to work? I understand that creating a table and using that might be my best option for my row sources, but I was just wondering if there was any way around this problem
How I can make my access form like this when I open form row fields should show like this many row s as blank (now only one row is showing in access like below form
Is there a way to, on one paticular control (text field) trap for the Enter key and on the rest of the form have "Enter = Commit" button?
I would like that when you are in the search field, if you press enter that it would push the search button.
I tried putting:
Private Sub fldPartNumberSearch_KeyPress(KeyAscii As Integer) Debug.Print KeyAscii End Sub
But the Enter key always jumps me to the Commit button, and I do not see the event fire in the Immediate window's output.
I even went as far as commenting out:
btnCommit.Default = True
in the Form_Load event and it does not undo the association.
So, is there an Rx for a control specific alternate Enter key behavior
Can I run a Begin Transaction command using VBA, run a few other commands than, run a Commit/Rollback command, all as separate commands. Will that have the same effect as a SQL script with a BEGIN TRANSACTION at the beginning and COMMIT/ROLLBACK command at the end