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Log what happens in cls module.

Log what happens in cls module.

Log what happens in cls module.

I'd like to be able write log file entries at certain points of a vb project. I'm using Visual Studio Express 2010 and the application includes a clsGeneralFuncs module that defines a writelog instruction; this is used widely in frmMain, which provides the main user interface form amongst other things.

There is also a clsCask object that allows data transfers to and from Access tables. This is the area where I'd like to be able to monitor with log entries but I can't enter a code line starting with general.writelog as it's not an available option.

I'm not familiar with VB projects as my main interest in this is the attached database. Any indicators would be much appreciated.

RE: Log what happens in cls module.

At the top of the clsCask code, after the Class definition but before any other function/sub definitions (i.e., in the Declarations section), try putting this line of code:

Dim General as New clsGeneralFuncs

You now should be able to reference the functions, etc. in clsGeneralFuncs, through the object General.

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RE: Log what happens in cls module.

Thanks Jebenson, that looks to work a treat.

Well done.

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