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Hi guys,

in my application VBC, I use the SQL statement "Insert into tableName...." in a loop. So each time this statement is executed I get a messge box saying that you are about to append 1 row. Are you sure ......

Imagine that if I have 1000 records to be appended using the previous code, I will be forced to answer with yes for all 1000 records appended.

How can I prevent this message from appearance, and make Access append the records without getting user confirmation.

Cheers,
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Question by:HaryMary
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Hy harymary,

Just try to put this one in your code

DoCmd.SetWarnings False

and put it back to true in your errortracking at the end,
otherwise it will stay disactivated.

But shouldn't you better use a recordset instead, or create a append query who adds all the records at the same time ?

Regards
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Hi, Following on from PAQ 20320238 use the AddNew method of a recordset rather than executing the SQL statement. If you insist on the SQL statement then it is as ildc said.

Cheers, Andrew
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Thanks very much Andrew and Ildc.
Since Ildc answered my question firs, I will give him the points.

Cheers,
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