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i am programming a system for a clinic, with a dbase in Access.. the problem is that; i always get this error "operation is not allowed object is open"...; and when i press debug, it always go to the module; where i coonect access and vb..

can anyone take a look/check, to what i did wrong?? and what can i do to solve this error..

i would appreciate all the help/ suggestions.. thank u very much..

this is my code for LOGinform:
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Option Explicit
Private rsSearch As New ADODB.Recordset

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Private Sub cmdCancel_Click()
  MsgBox "Unable to Log In", vbOKOnly, "GoodBye"
  Unload Me
 
End Sub

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Private Sub cmdEnter_Click()

Dim intSwitch As Integer
Dim i As Integer

rsSearch.Open "SELECT * FROM Login", CN, adOpenStatic, adLockPessimistic


    ' checks the fields of Username Input
       
    If txtUserName.Text = "" Then
        MsgBox "Incomplete Information", vbExclamation + vbOKOnly
    Else
       
        If Not rsSearch.EOF Then                                        ' searches TAlbe login until end of file
       
            For i = 1 To rsSearch.RecordCount                           ' loop searches for match Username and for moving the pointer
                If rsSearch("UserName").Value = txtUserName.Text Then
                      If rsSearch!Password = txtPassword.Text Then      ' checks if the inputed passwrod is correct corresponding with the username
                        Call Switch2
                      Else
                        MsgBox "Invalid Password", vbCritical, vbOKOnly
                      End If
                           
                intSwitch = 1                                           ' a flag varible; 1 = true; 0 = false
               
                End If
               
                rsSearch.MoveNext
           
            Next i
           
        End If
           

   
        If intSwitch = 0 Then                                           ' didnt found a matched user
             MsgBox "User dosen't Exist!", vbCritical + vbOKOnly
             txtUserName.Text = ""
             txtPassword.Text = ""
        End If
   
    End If
 
 rsSearch.Close
 Set rsSearch = Nothing

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' d code; when added = error 3705

rsSearch.Open "SELECT * FROM LoginTime", CN, adOpenStatic, adLockPessimistic
    rsSearch.AddNew
   
    rsSearch!UserName = txtUserName.Text
  rsSearch!DateLogin = Format(Date, "mm-dd-yyyy")
 rsSearch!TimeLogin = Time
     
rsSearch.Update
     
rsSearch.Close
Set rsSearch = Nothing

   
End Sub

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Private Sub Form_Load()

'calls for modele (connection.bas)= conects access with vb..
     LoadConnection
End Sub

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'+==============================
' function for calling other forms
'+ =============================

Public Sub Switch2()
   

       
   
    MsgBox "Welcome!", vbOKOnly, "Welcome"
        Unload Me
         'frmtest.Show
    End Sub

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'codes in connection.bas

Option Explicit

Public CN As New ADODB.Connection
Public cnProvider As String

Public Function LoadConnection()

    cnProvider = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:\CMS\dbase\medicalrecords.mdb;Persist Security Info=False"
   
    CN.Open cnProvider
   
End Function



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by:Dhaest
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Try this:
Set rsSearch = Nothing

set rsseach = new recordset
rsSearch.Open "SELECT * FROM LoginTime", CN, adOpenStatic, adLockPessimistic
   rsSearch.AddNew
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Arthur_Wood earned 75 total points
ID: 7987759
if the highlighter line, when you get to DEBUG mode is:

CN.Open cnProvider

then the connection is already open and cannot be opened AGAIN.

there are two possible corrections, if that is the source of the error.

1)

Public Function LoadConnection()

   cnProvider = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:\CMS\dbase\medicalrecords.mdb;Persist Security Info=False"
   if CN.State = 0  then ' Closed
      CN.Open cnProvider
   end if
End Function

or

2)

Public Function LoadConnection()

   cnProvider = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=c:\CMS\dbase\medicalrecords.mdb;Persist Security Info=False"
   Set CN = New ADODB.Connection  ' create a New Connection object
   CN.Open cnProvider
   
End Function

My choice would be Option 1) (if that procedure is in fact the source of the error message)

AW
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by:mauve928
ID: 7999057
Thank you, everyone.. for the help and suggestions.. :)

i already got rid of that error.. thank you, Arthur wood..

anyway, thank to the both of u..

till next time

mauve :)

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