Procedure name in variable
I'm trying something new with an Access database and I need to know if this is even possible.
I have a table containing a list of forms, reports and procedures that is displayed by a list box on a form. The user selects an option from the list box, hits a command button ("Go") and the code runs for the selected object.
Here's the thing - the object names and types are held in the table. When I pull it into the code, the field is a variable of sorts holding the data that I need. With both the form and the report, using the variable is supported easily:
-where rs is the recordset and vName is the name of the form.
Ditto with the reports. But how can I call a procedure the same way? Is it possible?
Here is the table format and the code, for reference.
vID = AutoNumber
vName = Text 'the name of the form/report/proc
vAlias = Text 'what's actually shown to the user in the list box
vType = Number '1 for form, 2 for report, 3 for proc
Private Sub Go_Click()
Dim rs as recordset
Set rs=CurrentDB.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM tblVarious WHERE vID = " & lstSelection, dbOpenSnapshot)
Select Case rs!vType
Case 1 'Form
Case 2 'Report
DoCmd.OpenReport rs!vName, acViewPreview
Case 3 'Procedure
'How to do this??