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Checking if invoice already exists in table.

Checking if invoice already exists in table.

Checking if invoice already exists in table.

(OP)
Hello, I am using the code below to check if an invoice has already been put into the table.

Even when one is in it returns 0 - any ideas?

Thanks Mark

CODE -->

MsgBox DCount("Inv_Paid_Date", "qry_Invoice_Check", "[Inv_Pman_Cont_ID_Link] = " & Me.txt_Pman_Cont_ID & " AND [Inv_Invoice_No] = '" & Me.txt_Invoice_Number & "'") 

RE: Checking if invoice already exists in table.

What do you get if you run this:

Select Count(Inv_Paid_Date)
From qry_Invoice_Check
Where Inv_Pman_Cont_ID_Link = 1234
  And Inv_Invoice_No        = 'XYZ123'
 
Substitute these with some valid values.


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RE: Checking if invoice already exists in table.

(OP)
Thank you for your help with this.

A bit of code blindness from me. I was checking against invoices paid, instead of all invoices. Thank you for taking the time to help me.

Mark

RE: Checking if invoice already exists in table.

Any time... wavey3


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