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RST .add

RST .add

Any help would be appreciated, and I thank you in advance

Trying to add a new record to Tbl_Inspections whilst in a Form code below. VB is not highlighting an debug issues but nothing appears in the table once the button has been clicked.

Private Sub ComInsp_Click()
Set rst = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("Select * From Tbl_Inspections;")
With rst
!Tag_ID = Me.Tag_ID
!Concept = Me.Concept
!Insp_Type = Me.CBOType
Set rst = Nothing
End With
End Sub

!Tag_ID, !Concept and !Insp_Type are fields in Tbl_Inspections, Tag_ID in both tables are Long Integer, Concept and Insp_Type are Short Text 5 characters, CBOType is a combo box in the open form that the code is run from.

It's a long long time since I've done work in Access and now scratching my head.


RE: RST .add

I don’t see any Dim of objects like

Dim rst As DAO.Recordset
Also you need to add


Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP 2001-2016

RE: RST .add

Thank you Duane, worked a treat

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