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"Invalid Qualifier"

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Hello,

I'm having a basic problem that I don't know how to solve:
I'm building a new database at a new workplace, and in running my code when I enter Me.ProjectID.Value, it gives me an error "Invalid Qualifier". This is in a method that I've done without any problems in other databases, so I'm not sure what the sudden problem is. Could it have to do with reference library?

Thanks

Robin
Oct 23 '07 #1
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missinglinq
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Well, that's always something to keep in mind! We really need to additional data in order to help. Do you have a copy of an old database where you've used this before? If so you might try running it; if it fails as well, check for missing references.

What code do you have behind the ProjectID control? Is ProjectID numerical or text. Do you get the error on entering the field, while entering data, after leaving the field? Things like that! Remember, we can't see your database; we only know what you tell us!

Welcome to TheScripts, Robin!

Linq ;0)>
Oct 23 '07 #2
RAG2007
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Worked it out, misnamed something... Thanks for the welcome.

Well, that's always something to keep in mind! We really need to additional data in order to help. Do you have a copy of an old database where you've used this before? If so you might try running it; if it fails as well, check for missing references.

What code do you have behind the ProjectID control? Is ProjectID numerical or text. Do you get the error on entering the field, while entering data, after leaving the field? Things like that! Remember, we can't see your database; we only know what you tell us!

Welcome to TheScripts, Robin!

Linq ;0)>
Oct 23 '07 #3

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