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Help needed to update the MS ACCESS database using the VB script

Hi,

we are having some text values in the variable of the VB form and we have to insert these datas into the MS Access database.

We have opened the database and only one record is inserted in the DB and the latest records are over wiritng the old one.

Below is the codings for updating the database. Please help me how to insert the fields in the next row in the DB.

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  1. Public Function fopendb(prjname)
  2. Dim con As New Connection
  3.  
  4.     Dim rs As New Recordset
  5.     Dim constr
  6.     Source = "d:\documents and settings\sdora\Desktop\GTE tracker\PRODUCTIVITY METRICS.mdb"
  7.     constr = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=" & Source
  8.     con.Open constr
  9.     rs.Open "Select * from tbl_ProductivityMetrics", con, 1, 2
  10.     rs.MoveFirst
  11.     While Not rs.EOF
  12.    rs!Project_Name = prjname
  13.      rs.MoveNext
  14.     Wend
  15. End Function
  16.  
  17.  
Oct 21 '09 #1
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Dököll
2,364 Expert 2GB
Is this all of the code? Looks like you are retrieving from the db... Anyhoo, if the rest of your code contains an Update statement, that could be your problem, if you are updatig, you are by definition overwriting data. Does this make sense?

Please stay tuned for a better answer if this is not it.

In a bit!
Nov 9 '09 #2
vb5prgrmr
305 Expert 100+
Okay, the code you have will update every field in the table with the same value, which can be done like this also...
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  1. strSQL = "UPDATE tablename SET fieldname=" & newvalue
  2. conn.Execute strSQL
  3.  
For inserting a new record through the ado recordset object like you are doing with your update you would do something like...
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  1. rs.AddNew
  2. rs.Fields("FieldName1") = SomeValue
  3. rs.Fields("FieldName2") = SomeOtherValue
  4. rs.Update
  5.  
Or you can do...
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  1. strSQL = "INSERT INTO tablename(field1name, field2name) VALUES('" & somestringvalue & "'," & somenumericvalue & ")"
  2. conn.Execute strSQL
  3.  


Good Luck
Nov 9 '09 #3

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