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See our guidelines for contributing to VBA documentation. I > >> > >> > need to include all reecords that include the word lighning, so I > >> > >> > next > >> > >> > tried: > If so, what is the syntax?So far, I have tried it like this:Me.frmSubform.SetFocusDoCmd.ApplyFilter , [CopyNum] = Me.OpenArgsIt doesn't seem to be working. I >> > >> > need to include all reecords that include the word lighning, so I >> > >> > next >> > >> > tried: >> > >> > click to read more
share|improve this answer answered Jan 19 '16 at 17:04 Michael T 48641332 Unfortunately I am not that familiar with queries, so this sounds way more complicated. –fleur Jan 19 TidepoolerView Member Profile Jun 29 2005, 06:45 PM Post#8Posts: 729Joined: 28-January 05From: Monterey, CaliforniaBah! You really should learn to build queries. Steele" wrote: > >> So presumably the code that's being generated for you is using >> DoCmd.OpenForm. >> >> You can pass a Where clause using OpenForm: >> >> DoCmd.OpenForm "MyForm", https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff197651.aspx
Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up DoCmd.ApplyFilter stops working, Access 2007 up vote 0 down vote favorite I would like to use 3 text boxes and 3 combo all the best, -ted "Douglas J. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. does it have anything at all to do with the control's being a combobox in both instances? -ted "Ted" wrote: > douglas, > > here's my text > > DoCmd.ApplyFilter ,
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My first step was to use > the following expression: > DoCmd.ApplyFilter , "[Loss Description] = 'lightning'" > > This only works if the field contains the word lightning and nothing WhereCondition Optional Variant A string expression that is a valid SQL WHERE clause without the word WHERE. datAdrenalineView Member Profile Jun 29 2005, 07:10 PM Post#9UtterAccess EditorPosts: 17,915Joined: 4-December 03From: Northern Virginia, USAAre you doing a .Requery of the subform after you find the record? http://www.blueclaw-db.com/docmd_applyfilter_example.htm Is there a simple way to do >> > >> > this? >> > >> > After I get the syntax correect, I want to replace the word >> > >>
I have and continue to use it successfully there. Steele" wrote: >> >> > Try putting the control name outside of the quotes, to ensure you get >> > its >> > value: >> > >> > DoCmd.ApplyFilter "Me.[Patient Number] Even better, this also works opening the form normally (not as a sub-form) Me.Filter = "[field] = '" & argument & "'" Me.FilterOn = True Patrick Delisse Marked as answer by tomlock2, Feb 26, 2012 #5 Rockn Joined: Jul 29, 2001 Messages: 21,334 Did you look for missing library references?
- The Applyfilter command is valid with the ones I am using but some reason not in the OnOpen event of the report.
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- My first step was > >> > to use > >> > the following expression: > >> > DoCmd.ApplyFilter , "[Loss Description] = 'lightning'" > >> > > >> > This
- If you're using DoCmd.OpenForm, you can > >> >> specify the filter then. > >> >> > >> >> Otherwise, rather than the DoCmd.ApplyFilter, you could try: > >> >> >
Here's the code in the ON OPEN Event of the Report==Public Sub Report_Open(Cancel As Integer) Public Sub Report_Open(Cancel As Integer) 'Now get the filter you want Wheredate = InputBox("List Appointments which whats the reason significance of the "AND" being capitalized? If you have a Yes/No field you can create the following statement. [MyField] = -1 And you can place it in a string like this. If Len(Nz(Me.OpenArgs,"")) > 0 Then ...Me.frmSubform.Form.Filter = "[CopyNum]=" & Me.OpenArgs ...Me.frmSubform.Form.FilterOn = True End if HTH ...
I'm >> >> > >> > having triouble filtering the data using wildcards. http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/ms-access-2007-2010-serious-problem-help-me-out-pleeeeeeasseeee.html Di I need to have any more symbols around a variable name? A string expression that's the valid name of a filter or query in the current database. If you want to apply a filter automatically when a form is first opened, specify a macro containing the ApplyFilter action or an event procedure containing the ApplyFilter method of the
I am new to this website and not sure how to provide you with an clear example including some data? –fleur Jan 19 '16 at 15:46 See here: stackoverflow.com/help/mcve. I don't know if my changes will make it work, but give it a shot ... Rockn, Feb 28, 2012 #13 tomlock2 Thread Starter Joined: Nov 20, 2011 Messages: 49 No, just End Sub tomlock2, Feb 28, 2012 #14 Sponsor This thread has been Locked http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/user-level-security-access-2010.html Steele Feb 25, 2005 ApplyFilter method of DoCmd object in OnOpen event property questi Guest, Mar 14, 2005, in forum: Microsoft Access Form Coding Replies: 28 Views: 785 Jeff Conrad Mar
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I put a Docmd.Applyfilter command in the OnOpen event of a report and when I run the Report I get a message 'the comman or action 'applyfilter' isn't available now. I got it to work flawlessly using a string, but have not tried it with a date yet. where currentType is a variable with the number of my type of issue. Does the subform "Link" to any fields in the Main? ...
The ApplyFilter method carries out the ApplyFilter action in Visual Basic. Works fine: DoCmd.ApplyFilter , "issueType = 1" Works NOT: DoCmd.ApplyFilter , "issueType = currentType" DoCmd.ApplyFilter , "issueType = " & currentType should work. If you're using DoCmd.OpenForm, you can > >> specify the filter then. > >> > >> Otherwise, rather than the DoCmd.ApplyFilter, you could try: > >> > >> Me.Filter = "Me.[Patient http://newsmdcommunications.com/ms-access/create-custom-help-file-access-2010.html Steele, Mar 16, 2005 #9 Guest Guest i know this is elemental but i'm getting an error 13 when i use DoCmd.ApplyFilter , "[Patient Number] = " & _ [Forms]![Command and
Books publishes entertaining books for people who use Microsoft Office. Will changing the password of some user also change the sudo password? I created a command button to trigger the event. To apply a filter automatically when a table is first opened, you can open the table by using a macro containing the OpenTable action, followed immediately by the ApplyFilter action.
I am not that experienced with VBA so it might be possible that there is an error in the code or it is to long or something? –fleur Jan 19 '16 Make a query that filters the data the way you want it. When using this method to apply a server filter, the FilterName argument must be blank. The filter and WHERE condition you apply become the setting of the form's Filter property.
does it > have anything at all to do with the control's being a combobox in both > instances? > > -ted > > > "Ted" wrote: > >> douglas, >> For reports, you can use this action only in a macro specified by the report's OnOpen event property. Advertisement Recent Posts Up Beat News poochee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 7:16 PM News from the web #3 poochee replied Feb 13, 2017 at 7:13 PM "what program do you WhereCondition Optional Variant.
How do you know it's not working? Sometimes it doesn't matter .. On the filtered form, have a command button to close that form and open mani form. Is there a simple way to > >> >> > >> > do > >> >> > >> > this? > >> >> > >> > After I get the syntax
when i use it for only the "proceed is null" it works but when i try and add a second criteria to it for a yes/no field i'm bombing out. Similar Threads - Access 2010 Docmd Access 2010 Form to display data from different queries Erm777, Dec 28, 2016, in forum: Business Applications Replies: 1 Views: 191 OBP Dec 30, 2016 The field I'm trying to filter is a text field called loss description. I'm > having triouble filtering the data using wildcards.
i tried DoCmd.applyfilter,"proceed is null" and "done is false" but that didn't work, also tried two seperate lines of command DoCmd.applyfilter,"proceed is null" DoCmd.applyfilter,"done is false" didn't work either, what is my try the OnCurrent event if the main form is bound to any records.!--c1-->CODEPrivate Sub Form_Load()If Not IsNull(Me.OpenArgs) Then[color="red"]'No Need - Me.frmEnterMapInd.SetFocus [/color] GotoCopyNum (Me.OpenArgs)[color="red"]'No Need - Me.frmEnterMapInd.Requery[/color]End IfEnd Sub Public Results 1 to 5 of 5 DoCmd.applyfilter for multiple Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread Advanced Search 11-10-2015,02:36 PM #1 vicsaccess View Profile View Forum Posts Competent Performer Windows
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