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    Updating a recordset with an attachment in vba, produces error if more than one attachment

    Hi,

    I would appreciate some help please. I have created a form to add new records. I'm using the following code to update the recordset. It works when I have one attachment but causes an error if there's more then one. After the update, I need to set the attachment field to null to add another new record. I would be very grateful for an example of the code I should use in your response please as I am new to this.

    Also, when I click on the btnSaveNew, how do I advance the ClientActivityID to a new record please.


    Private Sub btnSaveNew_Click()
    Dim ClientActivities As DAO.Recordset

    Set ClientActivities = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM [ClientActivities]")
    ClientActivities.AddNew
    ClientActivities![ClientId] = Me.ClientId.Value
    ClientActivities![ClientActivityId] = Me.ClientActivityId.Value
    ClientActivities![CreatedDate] = Me.CreatedDate.Value
    ClientActivities![Activity] = Me.Activity.Value
    ClientActivities![Priority] = Me.Priority.Value
    ClientActivities![AssignedTo] = Me.AssignedTo.Value
    ClientActivities![AppointmentDate] = Me.AppointmentDate.Value
    ClientActivities![StartTime] = Me.StartTime.Value
    ClientActivities![EndTime] = Me.EndTime.Value
    ClientActivities![Details] = Me.Details.Value
    ClientActivities![ActivityStatus] = Me.ActivityStatus.Value
    ClientActivities![Note] = Me.Note.Value
    ClientActivities![Note] = Me.Attachment.AttachmentCount

    ClientActivities.Update


    ClientActivities.Close
    Set ClientActivities = Nothing

    Me.ClientId.Value = Null
    Me.CreatedDate.Value = Null
    Me.CreatedBy.Value = Null
    Me.Activity.Value = Null
    Me.Priority.Value = Null
    Me.AssignedTo.Value = Null
    Me.AppointmentDate.Value = Null
    Me.StartTime.Value = Null
    Me.EndTime.Value = Null
    Me.Details.Value = Null
    Me.ActivityStatus.Value = Null
    Me.Note.Value = Null


    End Sub


    Thank you,
    Tess

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    Review https://sourcedaddy.com/ms-access/wo...nt-fields.html

    Embedding files in db uses up Access 2gb size limit. So unless your db will never get very large regardless of attachments, better to store path to external file. If you need multiple files for each record then use a related dependent table.

    Why do you even need code to add a record? Why not just data entry into a bound form?
    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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    Thank you June, I got it working. I appreciate your help.
    Tess

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