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Run Time Error 3075 Missing Operator in Query Expression

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    Run Time Error 3075 Missing Operator in Query Expression

    I'm adding feature to my form. So if user input WO ID, the related fillings will be filled automatically.


    First I'm trying to autofill the location.

    On picture 1 if I choose ID 476 the location will be "CGK" as shown in picture 2.

    The problem happen when I delete WO ID field then I tried to move to the next field.
    There will be run time error asking to debug it as shown in picture 3.

    Picture 4 is the code I'm using. The code works well if there is value in WO ID field.

    Your suggestions would be appreciated...


    (VBA Code)

    Private Sub WO_ID_AfterUpdate()




    Location = DLookup("[WO Location]", "[WO Query Inv No]", "ID =" & Forms![Equipment Maintenance]![WO ID])




    End Sub
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    I don't see anything wrong with the expression. Why do you need it? There is a combobox on form to select location.
    How to attach file: http://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=70301 To provide db: copy, remove confidential data, run compact & repair, zip w/Windows Compression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by June7 View Post
    I don't see anything wrong with the expression. Why do you need it? There is a combobox on form to select location.
    Yes you are right. There is combo box for this form.

    But if I could make use of this expression, there will be 4 field to be automatically filled. That way the user can double checked whether he select the correct WO ID or not.

    The expression is working well until if I tried to delete WO ID to blank then I try to move to other field. There will be run time ERROR 3075.
    I could not find what trigger this error.

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    The empty control triggers it, as the error shows the expression is incomplete. This would be more efficient:

    http://www.baldyweb.com/Autofill.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbaldy View Post
    The empty control triggers it, as the error shows the expression is incomplete. This would be more efficient:

    http://www.baldyweb.com/Autofill.htm
    I tried change the combo box so it also display location on column no4

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    I change the code to and try to select 1 of the WO ID hoping the location will automatically change according to selected WO ID. But the following error appeared
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    This is the code I'm using
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    Any advice what should be changed?

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    I would use dot rather than bang ("." rather than "!"), as shown in the link. I assume you want the 5th field in the combo's row source? Make sure the column count property of the combo is 5.
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    Why would you need to save these 4 data? This is duplicating data between tables. Data can be retrieved in query joining tables on WOID.

    Advise not to use spaces in naming convention.
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    One pic shows 4 columns, so perhaps OP doesn't realize column property is 0 based, thus the 4th column is Column(3).
    - "doesn't work" is no help. Post err msgs and where.
    - Use code tags for code/sql. Implement changes in copies of your database.

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    Thank you for all your help.
    Now I managed to make my form better with efficient query.

    Here is my code just in case there is anyone meet the same issue.

    Private Sub WO_ID_AfterUpdate()


    Me.[Location] = Me.[WO ID].Column(2)
    Me.[Customer_Project] = Me.[WO ID].Column(3)
    Me.[Inventory_Number] = Me.[WO ID].Column(6)
    Me.[Code] = Me.[WO ID].Column(5)




    End Sub

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    Glad you got it sorted.
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