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How to run an append query in ms access vba as part of a transaction


How to run an append query in ms access vba as part of a transaction

By : CH.LSREDDY
Date : January 12 2021, 08:33 AM
it should still fix some issue I don't really understand why you were unable to integrate the code from your first section into your second question, but I'll do it for you.
code :
Private Sub Add_Click()
Dim db As DAO.Database
Dim qry As DAO.QueryDef
Dim ws As DAO.Workspace
Set ws = DBEngine.Workspaces(0)
Set db = ws.Databases(0)
Set qry = db.QueryDefs("APPENDQRY")

qry.Parameters(0) = Forms!LotNumberFrm!txtLotNumber
qry.Parameters(1) = Forms!LotNumberFrm!txtFWNumber
qry.Parameters(2) = Forms!LotNumberFrm!txtExpDate
qry.Parameters(3) = Forms!LotNumberFrm!chkActive

On Error GoTo ErrTrap
ws.BeginTrans
qry.Execute
ws.CommitTrans
Exit Sub
ErrTrap:
    ws.Rollback
    MsgBox "Rollback needed because:" & vbCr & Err.Description
End Sub
qry.Execute dbFailOnError


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C# best way to store multiple column mysql query in a list then access each part of query

C# best way to store multiple column mysql query in a list then access each part of query


By : user3372105
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you How would I store a query from mysql into a list. , A better way to do it would be to create a class like this
code :
class Item
{
    public string A {get; set;}
    public string B {get; set;}
    public string C {get; set;}
    public string D {get; set;}
}
MS access can't append all the records in the append query

MS access can't append all the records in the append query


By : Max
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue You said "Activity No column's datatype is Number ... and activity date is of datetime".
So discard the quotes surrounding the number you insert into [Activity No], and use the # date delimiters around the value you insert into [Activity Date]. I also prefer to use yyyy-mm-dd format for literal date values.
code :
INSERT INTO [Audit Trail]
    (
        [Activity No],
        [Project Id],
        [Activity Date],
        [Activity Location],
        [Activity >Description],
        [Data Reference (File No)],
        [Participant Id],
        [Person Reporting],
        [Comments]
    )
VALUES
    (
        6,
        'SFT 2013',
        #2014-01-01#,
        'AAA',
        'AAA',
        'AAA',
        'AAA',
        'AAA',
        'AAA'
    )
MS Access Query To Show Last Transaction

MS Access Query To Show Last Transaction


By : Bala
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I have a table called tblTransactions. On this table I log all Payments and Invoices for each customer Account. Each Payment or Invoice is its own record. In essence it's a simple accounting table showing debits and credits. My goal is to create a query which shows, by account, the last 'Payment' date and how many days ago that was. I'm sure this is fairly easy, but I've been out of Access for a while. Any help is appreciated! , This should do the trick:
code :
    SELECT AccountID, 
           MAX(Transaction_Date) AS LastTranDate , 
           Datediff("d",MAX(Transaction_Date),Date()) AS DaysAgo
    FROM tblTransactions
    WHERE Transaction_Type = 'Payment'
    GROUP BY AccountID
How do I make an append query to where it won't append duplicate records in Access Database?

How do I make an append query to where it won't append duplicate records in Access Database?


By : aruna
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Overview , You can use not exists:
code :
INSERT INTO WorkOrdersAndOperations ( WorkOrderID, ProcessID, TimeMin, OperationID )
    SELECT woa.WorkOrderID, oq.ProcessID, oq.TimeMin, oq.OperationID
FROM WorkOrdersActivated as woa,
     OperationsAndQuotes as oq
WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT 1
                  FROM WorkOrdersAndOperations as woo
                  WHERE woo.WorkOrderID = woa.WorkOrderID AND
                        woo.ProcessID = oq.ProcessID AND
                        woo.OperationID = oq.OperationID
                 );
SQL query for last transaction on MS Access

SQL query for last transaction on MS Access


By : user3440073
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times To pull out the most recent transaction par customer, a correlated subquery should get the job done:
code :
select t.*
from mytable t
where customerpaydate = (
    select max(Customerpaydate) from mytable t1 where t1.customerid = t.customerid      
)
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