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I have a form that has a list box that is populated by a saved query.  I have two text boxes that accept date input and a refresh command button that requeries the table to populate the list box when dates are changed.  When I hit refresh the process is stopped because a the table is locked by the saved query.  How do i get around this problem?
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by:PsychoDazey
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What are your record locks set to on your table?  you may have to set them to no locks.  Also, you should use the requery method rather than the refresh.
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by:Paurths
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Hi pcdaveh,

u can use a sql-statement to populate the listbox.

dim strSQL as string
strSQL = "Select FirstField, SecondField from YourTable where YourDate1 > #" & me.txtbox1 & "# and Yourdate1 < #" & me.txtbox2 & "#;"
me.ListBox.Rowsource = strSQL


clear?

Cheers
Ricky
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by:pcdaveh
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I had previously embedded the SQL statement in the vba code as the row source to the list box.  I received the same errors.
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by:PsychoDazey
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I am thinking you have your record locks option set to All Records.  I believe the table cannot be accessed at all with this option checked, but I've been wrong before and I'm sure I will again...right Ricky :-)
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by:pcdaveh
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I had previously embedded the SQL statement in the vba code as the row source to the list box.  I received the same errors.
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by:Paurths
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lol PsychoDazey, its been a long week for all of us... :-)
(but not for me, i've been home all week, and the next couple of weeks, broke my whrist last saturday  :-(  )

cheers
Ricky
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by:PsychoDazey
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Ouch!  You've got to take it easy on that keyboard!  I broke my wrist before, 4 months in a cast!
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by:Paurths
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dont read tooooo fast, as i'm typing with my left hand only, which is pretty slow.............
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by:pcdaveh
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I'm hanging it up 'til Monday!  Have a good weekend Fellas!
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by:Paurths
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good weekend to u too pcdaveh, and u PsychoDazey,

cheers
Ricky
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by:PsychoDazey
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Same to you all.  Get some rest paurths
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by:PsychoDazey
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any luck pcdaveh?
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for pcdaveh

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