how to write code in VBA to insert data to table from form?
I have a table that has (ID,Name,****,.). I want ot insert record to that table from a designed form. my form has (txtname,txtsex,.) as field in table. so when I click button on form, I want it insert all of textboxt value on form to the table. I'm using ms access 2010.
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I have the data in form and it is not connected to the table, I want the data to be saved in the table through code. Something like insert into table sql statement.
For example I have the following database table Fields.
Name EmpId secondname
and I looking the data to be updated in the table as follows
Asif 589 Pasha
Through code or by running query
Have a table (several hundred entries) which must be updated weekly using VBA code. I know how to write the actual VBA code (for each record) but I do not know how/where/what is necessary to open the table, read each record seq and update based on VBA code (function call return value) and to finally close table.
Having a little trouble with some VBA code designed to grab a number from a form (MRN) then use this data to find the corresponding data in a table making a small change to that record (changing a checkbox to true).
The table opens but only the first record is updated. The code works well as a standard VBA search code on another form.
I am created a form to add row of data to a table (Access 2007). The form has been completed and tested and seems to be working perfectly in terms of adding row of data to a table and updating also works fine.
However, the problem I am facing is that when I try to edit the form (design view) or close the form, it gives an error:
ODBC --call failed
Cannot Insert the value NULL into the column. Column does not allow nulls. INSERT fails. The statement has been terminated.
When this error starts to appear, I am unable to view the form in design view or save it. But I am able to make entries to the table.
I am using this VBA code for the 'Add Record' button:
I am trying to write a VBA access code that will help with displaying an error message to user trying to input new record into table, if 4 fields contain identical data. I have beenworking on this for 2 days straight now, and NOTHING seems to stop that record from inputing into the table.
Table Name: tblAwardsLog
4 fields: LastName , FirstName , Recommended , DateInitiated
All fields are TEXT fields. even DateInitiated
I have this Awards Log almost to where I want it, but just can't seem to get this one thing to work right.
A text file has data in a format like the below:
I guess I can read this using some VBA code posted at | [LINK] and | [LINK], add an Instr function to it so that when I read the text file, I know when to | insert the data properly in the table.
1. Is there another way I can directly import the data into an Access 2007 table without VBA code? I know Access allows import from data, but my data is not as formatted as I want so the data might end up being in the table in a way such as:
I have total 15 controls text box and combo box on my form.
I want to know in which control user edit data and I want to insert only edited controls data in other table. how can I write insert query
So I have a form with a bunch of unbound textboxes. Once the user finishes entering the data into the textboxes, I want to be able to click a command button to save the input to new records on several tables.
I can add a new record to one table, but not sure how to do it for more than one table.
How could I write VBA code to do it directly
in Access 2010
I have two tables and I want to insert records to one table, using the data on fileds on the other table ?
how can I do this ?
what is the simplest way ?
AFAIK I can use ADO connection to read the data from one table and the use INSERT command on the other one, but that is really a pain especially when there is more than 20 fields .
is there a better way ?
is it possible to access tables and their data directly (not with ADO) in VBA macros
Access gives you two ways to export data, visually by going to File Export and then selecting an export format from a dialog box or by using VBA code. In this article we will be looking at how to export Access data using VBA code, since even a beginner can use the visual interface to export data. Using VBA code requires some ability to write code and also a basic understanding of the target applications object model.So why code? Because it offers you a wider choice of formats to export data to. It supports all the formats that is available in the dialog box as well as a whole host of others such as Microsoft Outlook contacts, appointments or a Word document .