Problem with form opening From List Box


K

kc-mass

Hi,

I have a form with a list box that lets me assign companies to employees.
Some employees get a full assignment (100% of value derived) and some get a
partial(55%, etc). When the user double clicks on the assignment in the
list box a form pops up showing the company name and the percentage (which
defaults to 100%). The user can then edit the percentage. The code which is
supposed to manipulate the popped up form is failing throwing an error on
each reference to it of "Method of Object 'Forms' failed". I commented out
each in tern and it fails on all the references. The code is below as is the
SQL it produces.

Ideas - Suggestions?

Thx

Kevin

Private Sub lstAssignments_DblClick(Cancel As Integer)
Dim varItem As Variant
Dim lngCustID As Long
Dim lngEmplID As Long
Dim strSQL As String
Dim strCriteria As String
If Me.lstAssignments.ItemsSelected.Count = 0 Then
MsgBox ("You need to select an assignment first.")
Exit Sub
End If
With Me!lstAssignments
For Each varItem In .ItemsSelected
lngCustID = .Column(2, varItem)
lngEmplID = .Column(0, varItem)
strCriteria = "tblCustomers.CustomerID = " & lngCustID & " And
EmployeeID = " & lngEmplID & " AND Not ISNULL(EndDate) "
Next varItem
End With
strSQL = "SELECT tblCustomers.CustomerName,
tblAssignments.PercentRevenue " _
& "FROM tblAssignments INNER JOIN tblCustomers " _
& "ON tblAssignments.CustomerID = tblCustomers.CustomerID " _
& "WHERE " & strCriteria & ";"
Debug.Print strSQL
DoCmd.OpenForm "frmPopPercentCommission"
'Forms!frmPopPercentCommission.Visible = False
'Forms!frmPopPercentCommission.[Record Source] = strSQL
'Forms!frmPopPercentCommission.Requery
Forms!frmPopPercentCommission.Visible = True
End Sub


SELECT tblCustomers.CustomerName, tblAssignments.PercentRevenue FROM
tblAssignments INNER JOIN tblCustomers ON tblAssignments.CustomerID =
tblCustomers.CustomerID WHERE tblCustomers.CustomerID = 1672 And EmployeeID
= 92571 AND Not ISNULL(EndDate) ;
 
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K

kc-mass

I solved the "Method of Object Problem - bad reference to Form et al.

The problem now (I Think) is that the Record source is not being updated
with the SQL
and is thus returning the wrong customer. I will alter the code below for
the form references.

Any help with the recordsource appreciated.

Thanks

Kevin

kc-mass said:
Hi,

I have a form with a list box that lets me assign companies to employees.
Some employees get a full assignment (100% of value derived) and some get
a partial(55%, etc). When the user double clicks on the assignment in the
list box a form pops up showing the company name and the percentage (which
defaults to 100%). The user can then edit the percentage. The code which
is supposed to manipulate the popped up form is failing throwing an error
on each reference to it of "Method of Object 'Forms' failed". I commented
out each in tern and it fails on all the references. The code is below as
is the SQL it produces.

Ideas - Suggestions?

Thx

Kevin

Private Sub lstAssignments_DblClick(Cancel As Integer)
Dim varItem As Variant
Dim lngCustID As Long
Dim lngEmplID As Long
Dim strSQL As String
Dim strCriteria As String
If Me.lstAssignments.ItemsSelected.Count = 0 Then
MsgBox ("You need to select an assignment first.")
Exit Sub
End If
With Me!lstAssignments
For Each varItem In .ItemsSelected
lngCustID = .Column(2, varItem)
lngEmplID = .Column(0, varItem)
strCriteria = "tblCustomers.CustomerID = " & lngCustID & " And
EmployeeID = " & lngEmplID & " AND Not ISNULL(EndDate) "
Next varItem
End With
strSQL = "SELECT tblCustomers.CustomerName,
tblAssignments.PercentRevenue " _
& "FROM tblAssignments INNER JOIN tblCustomers " _
& "ON tblAssignments.CustomerID = tblCustomers.CustomerID " _
& "WHERE " & strCriteria & ";"
Debug.Print strSQL
DoCmd.OpenForm "frmPopPercentCommission"
Me.RecordSource = strSQL
Me.Requery
End Sub
 
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