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I'm trying to create a sales ticket (on a vb form in Excel) and fetching
results from an Access database. When I try to get the results from the
recordset, it doesn't look right. I've re-imported the data with
"trim(<fieldname>)" to make sure that I'm not picking up extra characters.
First, here's the data and how it should look
<the ticket_desc below looks fine>
121
CREEK TWP.
RR4 BOX 334
CLINTON, IL 61727

Here's the code:

Dim cAcc As New ADODB.Connection
Dim rsAcc As New ADODB.Recordset

Private Sub pbPrint_Click()
Dim Line1, Line2, Line3 As String
Dim v1, v2, v3 As String

Set rsAcc = cAcc.Execute(" Select ticket_desc from co_locn")
'This is fine.. it looks good
tbCoLocnAddr.Text = rsAcc(0)
Set rsAcc = cAcc.Execute(" Select a.ticket_nbr, b.name, b.address, b.city,
b.state, b.zip, b.cust_id from Sale a, Customer b where a.ticket_nbr=121 and
" & _
"a.cust_id=b.cust_id and a.address_seq_num = b.address_seq_num")
tbTicket.Text = rsAcc(0)
Line1 = rsAcc.Fields(1)

It didn't matter whether I had rsAcc(1) or rsAcc.Fields(1), line 1 (in
debug) ended up:
CREEK TWP. F RR4 BOX 334
It's the name AND the address..can you not reuse the same recordset or do
you have to 'reset' it before using it again?
Mar 31 '06 #1
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It looks like ADO is fetching 2 columns into one.
"Peter Lux" <pe******@theheritagegrp.com> wrote in message
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I'm trying to create a sales ticket (on a vb form in Excel) and fetching
results from an Access database. When I try to get the results from the
recordset, it doesn't look right. I've re-imported the data with
"trim(<fieldname>)" to make sure that I'm not picking up extra characters.
First, here's the data and how it should look
<the ticket_desc below looks fine>
121
CREEK TWP.
RR4 BOX 334
CLINTON, IL 61727

Here's the code:

Dim cAcc As New ADODB.Connection
Dim rsAcc As New ADODB.Recordset

Private Sub pbPrint_Click()
Dim Line1, Line2, Line3 As String
Dim v1, v2, v3 As String

Set rsAcc = cAcc.Execute(" Select ticket_desc from co_locn") 'This is
fine.. it looks good
tbCoLocnAddr.Text = rsAcc(0)
Set rsAcc = cAcc.Execute(" Select a.ticket_nbr, b.name, b.address, b.city,
b.state, b.zip, b.cust_id from Sale a, Customer b where a.ticket_nbr=121
and " & _
"a.cust_id=b.cust_id and a.address_seq_num = b.address_seq_num")
tbTicket.Text = rsAcc(0)
Line1 = rsAcc.Fields(1)

It didn't matter whether I had rsAcc(1) or rsAcc.Fields(1), line 1 (in
debug) ended up:
CREEK TWP. F RR4 BOX 334
It's the name AND the address..can you not reuse the same recordset or do
you have to 'reset' it before using it again?

Mar 31 '06 #2

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