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    duckie10 is offline Novice
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    SubForms

    strSQL = "SELECT ONHAND " & _


    "FROM Inventory " & _
    "WHERE [INVENTORY ID] = '" & [INVENTORY ID].Value & "'"

    rs.Open strSQL, cn, adOpenForwardOnly, adLockReadOnly, adCmdText

    Do While Not rs.EOF

    If rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value >= Qty_Orderd_int Then
    Me.[Qty Shipped] = Me.[Qty Ordered]
    Me.[Qty Back Ordered] = 0
    INVENTORY.OnHand.Value = rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value - Qty_Ordered_int

    INVENTORY--is the subform
    OnHand--is the field in the subform

    I am getting run time error 424
    Object required

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    Instead of:
    INVENTORY.OnHand.Value = rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value - Qty_Ordered_int
    ...try...
    rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value = rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value - Qty_Ordered_int

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    Hmm...you may also want to review this link:
    Forms: Refer to Form and Subform properties and controls
    Even though Access defaults it that way, you should rename your controls so there are no duplicate names and thus confusion.

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    duckie10 is offline Novice
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    I put in this code

    rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value = rs.Fields("ONHAND").Value - Qty_Ordered_int

    I received run time error 3251

    Current recordset does not support updating. This may be a limitation of the provider, or of the selected locktype

    How do I fix it?

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    It looks like you are using ADO which I'm not familiar with. In DAO you need to issue an rs.Edit first and the an rs.Update after the change is made. You may also have a problem with a ForewardOnly type recordset. I tend to use a DynaSet in DAO.

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