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    nigelbloomy is offline Advanced Beginner
    Windows XP Access 2007
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    Data type mismatch error

    I am getting a datatype mismatch error on the final line of this code. Can anyone see why?

    Code:
    Sub Rollup()    Dim rsQueryResults, rsCalculate, rsRollInto, rsBOMTable As DAO.Recordset
        Dim stQuery, strSQL, stParent As String
        Dim iLevel, i As Integer
        Dim dbRollup As Double
        
        'Find the highest level number in BOM Table and put it into a variable called iLevel
        stQuery = "SELECT Max([BOM Table].Level) AS MaxOfLevel FROM [BOM Table];"
        Set rsQueryResults = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(stQuery)
        iLevel = rsQueryResults!MaxofLevel
        Debug.Print "iLevel="; iLevel
        
        Set rsQueryResults = Nothing
        Set rsBOMTable = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("BOM Table", dbOpenDynaset)
        
        'Filter the BOM Table to show only the parts at the highest level
        stQuery = "SELECT [BOM Table].Parent_Number, [BOM Table].Item_Number, " & _
                "[BOM Table].Level, [BOM Table].Quantity_Per, [BOM Table].Labor_Cost " & _
                "FROM [BOM Table] WHERE ((([BOM Table].Level)='" & iLevel & "'));"
        
        
        Set rsCalculate = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(stQuery)


  2. #2
    nigelbloomy is offline Advanced Beginner
    Windows XP Access 2007
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    Fixed. For some reason the single quotes around " & iLevel & " in the WHERE section was messing up the query. I have had to use the single quotes before to get the queries to work, so I don't know why they messed up this query.

    Does someone know the rules about when to use single quotes and when not to?

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