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Access 2007: New Record in Multiplevalue field from Inputbox

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by angells3333, Jun 25, 2010.

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  1. angells3333

    angells3333 Thread Starter

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    Hi, I have a table that has a collection of group names. Each group name can be assigned to multiple issues - which come from another table.

    I made a form to create a new group name and a list box of all the available issues. I would like to have a command button "Create new Issue" so the user could add an issue to the list directly from that form through an inputbox.

    Here is the code I have so far:

    Code:
     
    Private Sub Command15_Click()
    Dim strTmp As String
    Dim x As String
        
    x = InputBox("Please enter a new issue", "New Issue")
        
        If x <> Null Then
        
                strTmp = "INSERT INTO [Issues] ( [Keyword] ) " & _
                "SELECT "" & x & "" AS [Keyword];"
            DBEngine(0)(0).Execute strTmp, dbFailOnError
      
        IssueList.Requery
    
        End If
    End Sub
    
    This is code I borrowed from somewhere else and tweaked. I get the inputbox, but the data I type in doesn't get created as a new record in my Issues table.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Rockn

    Rockn

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    Not sure what you mean. Do you want to have a dropdown list that they can add to if the item is not there? That is treading on giving users too much control over something that should be static. If a "group" needs to be created make an admin form for adding it to the table along with validation to prevent duplicates.
     
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