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Run-time error '3021' No current record

Run-time error '3021' No current record

Run-time error '3021' No current record


I am getting a Run-time error '3021' No current record when attempting to
edit a table record.

The table is initially is an empty table (MatchUP_tbl) and I have tried adding a record
with AddNew and Update and have also tried MoveFirst, Movelast (and no move at all with
the assumption that the AddNew would leave the table indexed on that record)
but the error occurs when it reaches the rsx.Edit line in the code below.

What am I missing?


CODE -->

strSql = "Select * from SameOrd_tbl order by LineNO"
   Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSql, dbOpenDynaset)
   strSql = "Select * from MatchUP_tbl order by License"
   Set rsx = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSql, dbOpenDynaset)
   rsx.AddNew       ' add a record to MatchUP_tbl
   rsx!PC = " "
   If rs.RecordCount > 0 Then      ' if this is an empty table then don't bother...
'      rsx.MoveFirst
      Do While Not rs.EOF
         If rs!Part_No & "" <> "" Then
            If rs!License_PartNO <> "N/A" Then
               rsx!License = rs!License_PartNO
               rsx!PC = rs!Part_No
            End If
        End If
   End If

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