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  1. #1
    RangerJeff is offline Novice
    Windows 10 Office 365
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    Aug 2020

    verifying data enter between form and table

    Still kinda new to ACCES. WHat is have is a reservation system.

    I have a table with the schedule for the season. When I create the reservation for a person using a form which is updating another table called ResTrip, when they pick the date they want to go, I want to make sure it is in the schedule table

    If they pick an non-existent date,, I want a message to appear "Invalid date", otherwise just continue.

    It should be a simple IF THEN ELSE but can't figure out how to get a YES/NO answer out of a query so I can do a logic compare. I was hoping to put this in a Macro, still learning VBA

    I was thinking using DLOOPKUP, but no joy yet.

    Any suggestions?

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    ssanfu is offline Master of Nothing
    Windows 10 Access 2010 32bit
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    Sep 2010
    Anchorage, Alaska, USA
    Really not enough information about your dB to give a valid answer. It would help if you would post your dB.

    My question to you is why do you allow an invalid date to be selected? You have a table with the schedule for the season. Limit the date selections to valid dates.
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  3. #3
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    ranman256 is offline VIP
    Windows Vista Access 2010 32bit
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    Apr 2014
    a textbox bound to a date field will give INVALID DATE error naturally , with no programming involved.

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    orange is offline Moderator
    Windows 10 Access 2016
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    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; West Palm Beach FL
    A ssanfu suggested --would be good to see a description of your database requirements and a copy of your current efforts.

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