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Old May 8th, 2008, 11:29 AM
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Default Code help - Form misbehaving

Can someone please tell me what is going wrong with this code. It happens periodically. Even though there is a request on another form in the form of

docmd.openform "frmname"
Forms!frmname.recordsource = strsql
Forms!frmname.requery

However for some reason new record is being activated.


Private Sub Form_Load()

    'set the error trap
    On Error GoTo errorhandler

    'transfer the name of the calling form
    callform = gstrcallingform
    'clear the global calling form holder
    gstrcallingform = ""
    'reset the btnclick
    btnclick = False

    'check if it is a new record
    If Me.NewRecord = True Then
        'it is so reset the risk counter
        priskval = 0
        'set the risk level to low on screen
        Me.productrisk.Value = "Low"

    Else
        'set the risk counter for the appropriate level of risk
        Select Case Me.productrisk.Value
            Case "Low"
                priskval = 1
            Case "Medium"
                priskval = 3
            Case "high"
                priskval = 4
        End Select
    End If

    clock

    'set the option field to show case details
    Me.optfileinspect.Value = 1
    'call the frame selection routine
    Call optfileinspect_AfterUpdate
    'move the focus to the ar firm name
    Me.arfirm.SetFocus


exitld:
    Exit Sub

errorhandler:
    generalerrorhandler Err.Number, Err.Description, ffile, "form_load"
    Resume exitld
    Resume

End Sub

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Can you do this:

Other Form Code:
docmd.openform "frmname"


On Load of the new form:
Me.recordsource = strsql
Me.requery

Declare strsql as a Public variable in a module to pass the value to the opening form. Although I think you can only requery controls, not forms.

Is that where the problem is?

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