Up to now I've only used classic vba macro's.
I also don't have the knowledge to pull this update query off, assuming that there will be sql involved. Open Recordset(sql, db Open Dynaset) With rst Do Until . VAL = "b" Then sql = "UPDATE Inventory SET [Value b] = " & !
You are currently viewing the Access VBA section of the Wrox Programmer to Programmer discussions. I am trying to update a table from form values in Access 2k. Description Resume Exit_Choose_Synonym_Click End Sub I get a "datatype mismatch on criteria expression" and can't figure out why (everything is Long Integer).
This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. In the following code "tbl Catalog" is the table to be updated.
One important part of this is referencing the various ranges within a pivot table by their special VBA range names (which are actually properties of the Pivot Table object).
I’ll illustrate these special ranges using this simple pivot table, which comes from an example formerly available on the Microsoft web site (I can no longer locate it).
Run SQL str SQL Cheers Ray quote: Originally posted by Ray Pinnegar If the PKeys are integers try: str SQL = "UPDATE tbl Catalog" & _ " SET tbl Catalog.
In Microsoft Access 2003/XP/2000/97, I have a table which has two fields - Deposit Amount and Withdrawal Amount.
I’ve posted several examples of manipulating pivot tables with VBA, for example, Dynamic Chart using Pivot Table and VBA and Update Regular Chart when Pivot Table Updates.
These examples included specific procedures, and the emphasis was on the results of the manipulation.
I thought it would be helpful to show some of the mechanics of programming with pivot tables.
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