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How do I find out WHICH User defined type is not defined, especially when I have not got any (or do not want to use any) user defined types?
Thank you in advanced programming wizards. Kind regards, Adam.
Microsoft Office Access can't change the data type.
There isn't enough disk space or memory.
What causes this error and what can I do to fix it?
Private Sub AreaCalc()
Me![PreferredArea] = " "
If Me![Oregon] Then
Me![PreferredArea] = "Oregon"
If Me![Washington] Then
Me![PreferredArea] = Me![PreferredArea] & ",Washington"
The following code should do the same thing on 3 different check box fields. All I want is for the 3 underlying fields (if checked) to add the text to the [Type] field. The field [Type] is also a text field.
Private Sub TypeCalc()
Me![Type] = " "
If Me![TypeHouse] Then
Me![Type] = "House"
If Me![TypeCondo] Then
Me![Type] = Me![Type] & ",Condo,Plex"
If Me![TypeApartment] Then
Me![Type] = Me![Type] & ",Apartment"
I get the following error message:
Object doesn't support this property or method (Error 438) .
strSQL = "SELECT * FROM ORDER_DATA WHERE ORDER=" & curOrder rst_orderData = db.OpenRecordset(strSQL)
The ORDER column from ORDER_DATA is a double number type, and curOrder is of type double as well.
The error I'm getting points to the second line and says "Syntax error on WHERE clause".
Why do you think this is? Is it a possible type conflict
1) MsgBox "Total trip miles = " & lngTripMiles & vbCrLf & _"and the leg miles total " & _ DSum("LegMiles", "qryCalculateTripLegs"), , "Trip calculation error[/indent]"
I'm also getting a Type Mismatch error with the following SQL. I've searched and everything I can find seems that I have my quotes correct. I even tried replacing the form control reference with a variable, which evaluated correctly, but still did not work.
qry_RatioAttributes gets all of the values used in the above query from double fields calculated as percentages of one another, and rounded to 3 decimal places.
Could it be this rounding of numbers that is causing trouble?
Value = Right(List225.ItemData(icount), 4) + 1". The error will appear.
If I remove " + 1" in the code, no error will shown and the whole code works normal.
Ill trying to import an excel spreadsheet thusly
DoCmd.TransferDatabase acImport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel12, table1, acTable, "C:\test.xls"
Plain and simple, done it hundreds of times years ago, however I am getting this error:
Run-time error '2507': The 9 type isn't an installed database type or doesn't support the operation you chose.
How can this be? I have Excel 2007 installed? I have googled everything I can think of and found no other example of this error in relation to Excel. I have switched on all the main reference librarys I can think of, and when I search the object library for "acSpreadsheetTypeExcel12" it shows up, however nothing comes up as a list option for database type, the way I remember it used to. (eg; the way vb pops up a list of selectable constants) It does pop up for transfer type however.
I am at a loss. Without this function I cannot continue