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James McMillan      
15 months ago
I watched the video on how to retrieve a single report for a customer using a VBA code. On some buttons and forms, it works great. However, it does not work on all buttons and all forms I'm getting a runtime error, see attached. Could you help me with this dilemma?
James McMillan      
15 months ago

Scott Axton            
15 months ago
James this is a bit to broad of a post.  Can you post, possibly with screenshots, what exactly you are having issues with?
Scott Axton            
15 months ago
Sorry we posted at the same time.
Just looking at the formula is your "CustomerId=" & Customer accurate?  I'm guessing your field may be actually CustomerID
So "CustomerId=" & CustomerID

It's a bit hard to read it appears that the screen capture is cut off a bit.  Do you have spaces in your report name?
If so put them in brackets.  [ ]
In fact even if it doesn't put it in brackets.  Going back to Beginner 1, Access field names, reports, forms, etc. should only contain letters and on occasion a number.  Dashes ( - ) especially can be mistaken for subtraction.
I don't know how far along you are in your project but you will save yourself tons of headaches renaming you objects now.
James McMillan      
15 months ago
The problem I have is with the DoCmd. See below. It always returns an error where it is highlighted in yellow.

DoCmd.OpenReport "TR3FlightTrainingLog", acViewPreview, , "CustomerID = " & CustomerID"
Scott Axton            
15 months ago
You have an extra " after the second CustomerID

Try this:

DoCmd.OpenReport "TR3FlightTrainingLog", acViewPreview, , "CustomerID = " & CustomerID
James McMillan      
15 months ago

James McMillan      
15 months ago
I've attached the run time error that I'm receiving when I execute the VBA code.

DoCmd.OpenReport "TR3FlightTrainingLog", acViewPreview, , "InstructorID = " & InstructorID
James McMillan      
15 months ago

Kevin Robertson            
15 months ago
Do you have a valid InstructorID on your form (that is, not null)?
James McMillan      
15 months ago
OK, the query was NUll. The record was blank. I'll create a record in that query and try again.
James McMillan      
15 months ago
I created a record with an Instructor ID. I checked the table and the query, and the record showed in the table and the query. I ran the VBA code once again and received the same error message.
Richard Rost             
12 months ago
The problem is definitely that you're missing an ID. Instead of opening the report, MsgBox that ID and I'll bet it's Null.

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