Prevent edit and delete after printing a form
Prevent edit and delete after printing a form
I want my order details form, after printing to prevent deletion and edit. when I used it, it closed up all the forms including the ones I have not printed. Normally I print immediately the order is made. I don't know what to put ,"" ""...
We have procedure forms which require QA approval before they are allowed to be used in the shop.
I need to find a way to prevent printing of a form unless a certain box (QA approval) is checked. The checkbox is on a subform to the main form.
Finding correct form event to Refresh upon and prevent #Deleted
My application has read-only multi-record list forms, and add/edit dialog forms to provide edit capabilities.
When the list form launches an add/edit form, it remains open, merely opens the add/edit form which is a modal dialog box.
I am having a difficult time finding an event which will fire when the add/edit dialog form closes and the list form regains focus. I need to preform a Refresh to update the UI and prevent seeing #Deleted when an edit has been made.
I have tried Activate / GotFocus / Dirty event. None have worked thus far. Of course, pressing F5 refreshes that list form.. I would simply like to have the application automatically do that.
Prevent edit or delete data or records from a table
It is possible to prevent editing or deleting data or records from a table in Access 2003, for example by introducing a password for these actions or a other solution ?
I found in security parameters of Access 2003 the options to create new users and/or groups and to set the permissions for these. I have created a "limited" user and group and I seted for these only "Read" options for tables, queries, forms, but this user can edit/remove the records and data from tables
Prevent edit or delete data or records from a table
It is possible to prevent editing or deleting data or records from a table in Access 2003, for example by introducing a password for these actions or a other solution?
I found in security parameters of Access 2003 the options to create new users and/or groups and to set the permissions for these. I have created a "limited" user and group and I seted forthese only "Read" options for tables, queries, forms, but this user can edit/remove the records and data from tables.
Records remaining on the form
When I fill out the form and click the button to add the record, it works fine. However, when I exit the form or access completely and then go back into the form, the last values that were enter show up on the form/screen.
If I delete each field to clear the screen, it also deletes it from the table. This also happens when I go to my search form.
How do I prevent this from occurring. If the screen automatically clears, it will also delete from the table ? In the search form, I have a clear search button that clears all the search values in the form header, but not the detail.
Again, if I clear the detail, will it delete the record from the table ? And how do I prevent the search form from being edited once data isdisplayed ?
I am almost there but these are minor quirks that I cannot figure out.
delete one record by from
I have 3 table.and every table have to relation.
2.i do QRY for 3 table link in from
3.i make from form for add, edit , and delete
1.when I delete in from but table not delete?
** I'm enforce and cascade delete related but can't delete it
in step 1 can't delete it I will do step 2
2.i make new button in code VBA
Private Sub Command123_Click()
DoCmd.RunSQL "Delete * from tbl_com"
it delete all record in table
I want delete 1 record in from and intable
Cannot edit data in forms but can in tables
I created a database where I can only edit the data in tables. In the forms I created I can see the data but cannot edit the data.
I am using 2007 that I have set so the file can be opened in 2003. The data was imported to create tables from two Excel spread sheets using the wizard. The tables are linked together and the combined data is shown in a report. This all works without a problem.
Now I need to edit the data, so I created several forms all of which I cannot add, delete or edit the data.
I saw under the User and Group Permissions that under table all the permissions have checks but under form read, update insert and delete are all greyed out and I am unable to change this.
Can I create a command button that allows users to edit records on a form?
And I would like to be able to edit records on a form with a click command in access 2010. I want to prevent any user from just typing within the text boxes on the form without clicking a command edit button first.
Can this be done? If so, how can this be done? Would you have any sample code to attach to the editing button, to do this interesting problem.
Forced New Page: prevent the last page of a report from printing
Is there a way to prevent the last page of a report from printing (If me.page = me.pages, then do not print the page)?
Create a split form
A split form is a new feature in Microsoft Office Access 2007 that gives you two views of your data at the same time — a Form view and a Datasheet view. The two views are connected to the same data source and are synchronized with each other at all times. Selecting a field in one part of the form selects the same field in the other part of the form. You can add, edit, or delete data from either part (provided the record source is updateable and you have not configured the form to prevent these actions).
Edit Record Form - Brief Question
I set up a form that allows me to view and edit records in a single table, the record I want to view is brought up using a combo box. When I first open the form however it displays the first record in the table, and if at all possible I would like to prevent this and start with the form completely clear.
I am sure this can be done, I am very new to Access and am not sure what settings I would have to change to make this happen. Any help in moving towards the right direction would be greatly appreciated.
form will not allow deletions
I have a form which displays in continuous view. I want the users to be able to delete records from this form, but not edit them. the form's settings are as shown:
Record Selectors are also enabled. The individual fields are enabled and not locked. But when a delete is attempted, a message pops up "The command or action 'delete record' isn't available at this time."
Edit data in a query
You may encounter situations where you cannot edit data in query Datasheet view (Datasheet view: A window that displays data from a table, form, query, view, or stored procedure in a row-and-column format. In Datasheet view, you can edit fields, add and delete data, and search for data.) to change the data in the underlying table. This article helps you understand when you can edit query data, when you cannot edit query data, and how to change the design of a query so that you can edit its underlying data.
In this article:
* When can I edit data in a query?
* When can I not edit data in a query?
* How do I change a query so that I can edit its data?
Is there an edit function like insert or delete
I'm trying to edit an item in my table, usually we have insert and delete provided for us
what if I just wanna update an item after editing this textbox
Prevent multiple access to table
Is there any way that I prevent more than one user of a FE/BE database accessing the same table at the same time?
I tried using
If SysCmd(acSysCmdGetObjectState, acTable, "tblBrandsEditTEMP") 0 Then
MsgBox "To maintain data integrity, only one user may edit the Brands table at a time. Please try again."
DoCmd.OpenForm "frmEditBrands", acNormal
DoCmd.Close acForm, "frmMaintMainMenu"
But this only appears to work within the same database instance. If I attempt to open a form that accesses this table in another copy of the FE, it opens as normal.
I need a way to check to see if anyone else is accessing the table, and if so, prevent it. I create the table when the form is opened, and clear it when the form is closed, so worst case,I could check for contents in the table, but this seems sloppy.
I am doing a project and I am linking to a access database table. I am writing my own code to connect to data adapter. I have a list of records in a database table and want ot edit one record and update it in the database or create a new record or delete a record but can't get it to work.
Form to Edit Records only
I have created several forms to allow users to edit existing records from different tables. The user is not allowed to delete existing records nor are they allow to add records. I handle that with the form property Allow Edit/Addition/Deletion set to yes, no, no.
On the form I have an unbound field to display yesterdays date, a calculation of Now() -1, and this unbound field is causing me problems for an edit only form.
With the form property Allow Edit/Addition/Deletion set to yes, no, no the unbound field cannot calculate yesterdays date. The unbound field is Null.
If I change the form property Allow Edit/Addition/Deletion set to yes, yes, yes then the unbound field calculates yesterdays date but the users can add records. Any way around this?
create button to link to create new record
I'm creating a database in access 2007. I have got a main menu. 2 buttons are included. 1 button go to a form to create a new company data. 1 button go to a form to edit company data. The link work, I mean when I click in the button I'm going to the form wanted. But, I can't manage to have a new record or to edit the details in both form. When I'm in the next form, I'm just stuck on a record. I can't edit. In the form new_company I add some button (with command button wizard) call new, save and delete. But there are not working as well. I have got a message saying "I can't go to the specified record" for new.
For save or delete the message is "the command or action 'save record' isn't available now". In the property on a form the data entry in data is yes. I'm trying to add a VBA in event on open but its not working as well.
to other posters on the forum, two of my three database issues are now resolved, one without needing its own post. Now, for one final consideration:
This db will be used by people who are not Access-savvy. That was always the idea. My question is: how can I set it so the form allows them to EDIT records in the db table, but not to DELETE them?
I'm projecting that a knowledgeable someone could, if necessary, go into the table to delete a record as needed. The average user will just be editing existing entries, not making sweeping changes to the overall data structure.
Is the lack of a "Delete Entry" button on the form sufficient to this task or will more be needed