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Run-Time-Error '2147217885(80040e23)': Record is Deleted

Run-Time-Error '2147217885(80040e23)': Record is Deleted

Run-Time-Error '2147217885(80040e23)': Record is Deleted

Access 2003 VBA record set routine sometimes bugs out with error message:

"Run-Time-Error '2147217885(80040e23)': Record is Deleted"

Point in routine error occurs is below:

Dim myConnectionAV As ADODB.Connection
Set myConnectionAV = CurrentProject.Connection
Dim myRecordsetAV As New ADODB.Recordset
myRecordsetAV.ActiveConnection = myConnectionAV
myRecordsetAV.Open "TempAvailable", , adOpenDynamic, adLockOptimistic
While Not myRecordsetAV.EOF
(here) AFvar = myRecordsetAV.Fields("Face").Value

Any idea what is going on here?

RE: Run-Time-Error '2147217885(80040e23)': Record is Deleted

If you put a brake on the last line of your code, what's the value of myRecordsetAV.Fields("Face").Value ?

---- Andy

There is a great need for a sarcasm font.

RE: Run-Time-Error '2147217885(80040e23)': Record is Deleted

I put a debug.print there but what turns up seems normal..."Don Mateo #11" (without quotation marks - its the product name)...why would this cause a run time error?

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