I have a form which has a combobox of Group Membership IDs, and a button. Column(0, Var Item) Msg Box Group Membership ID 'That is OK sqlcmd = "UPDATE 1_tbl_Memberships SET [1_tbl_Memberships]. Group Membership ID = Group Membership ID)" 'Something not right here Do Cmd. The error I get is that the 'where' clause does not seem to be working.
I am trying to write code which will iterate through the combobox and update the 'Member' field (Yes/No) for all the selected records. Set Warnings True Msg Box sqlcmd 'This looks OK Do Cmd. When I run this code, I am warned that I am about to update xxx number of records (ie all of them), as if the where criteria is being ignored.
When the focus leaves the record or if the user clicks Save Record on the Records menu, the entire record is updated, and the data is saved in the database.
You can't use the Cancel Event action in an After Update macro to cancel the After Update event.
I am having trouble with an MS-Access VBA sql update command. Requery End Sub I have put in a couple of message boxes to help me troubleshoot. Its happening because variable name is not correctly placed inside update code and as both column name and variable name are same so according to your current code you are updating all the records.
When you enter new or changed data in a control on a form and then move to another record or save the record by clicking Save Record on the Records menu, the After Update event for the form occur immediately after the After Update event for the control.
When you move to a different record, the Exit and Lost Focus events for the control occur, followed by the Current event for the record you moved to, and the Enter and Got Focus events for the first control in this record.