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Apend information After An Even For Multiple Records

Apend information After An Even For Multiple Records

Apend information After An Even For Multiple Records

Afternoon All,

I was wondering if someone could help as its driving me crazy.

I have a report (rptLetterAll) after I click a command button the report is generated based on parameters that are on the same form as the button.  

What i want to happen is after the reports are generated or button clicked, i need certain information from the record source of the report to be sent to tblHistory.

So this is the scenario:

cmdOK is clicked 4 letters are generated.
CaseID, Date() from qryReport (the underlying datasource of the report) are appended to tblHistory for each letter that is produced.  So 4 lines are appended to the history.

I have tried using the below after DoCmd.OpenReport.....

SQL = "INSERT INTO tblHistory ([CaseID], [HistoryDate]) & _
" Values('" & CaseID & "','" & strDate & "')"
CurrentProject.Connection.Execute SQL

But cant get it working!

Any help would be appreciated.



RE: Apend information After An Even For Multiple Records

Sorry about the typo on Append!  Please dont hold that mistake against me!


RE: Apend information After An Even For Multiple Records

SQL = "INSERT INTO tblHistory ([CaseID], [HistoryDate])" & _

Also, this is an MS Access question which belongs in one of those forums, such as forum703: Microsoft: Access Reports


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