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Error Using DoCmd.RunSQL delete into

Posted on 2003-03-26
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Hi
i got a Listbox(delDirection) that is connected to 1 table(direction)
then i got a cmdButton that delete the data that is selected in the ListBox.
thats the command i use, but i have an error. the Insert To worked with a Textbox, but now i have a listbox.


DoCmd.RunSQL "delete into Direction (Direction) values(delDirection.value)"
//error here
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Question by:TutoStyle3
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The syntax of an SQL DELETE statement (in Jet) is:
DELETE * FROM <tablename> WHERE <conditions>

If your list box contains the primary key of the table, you need something like:
DoCmd.RunSQL "DELETE * FROM Direction WHERE DirectionID=" & Me!delDirection
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by:stewal
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perhaps you'll have to use

docmd.execute "DELETE * FROM Direction WHERE DirectionID=" & delDirection.list(deldirection.listindex)

OR

docmd.runsql "DELETE * FROM Direction WHERE DirectionID=" & delDirection.list(deldirection.listindex)
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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The .List property is a property of the command-bar combo box - not a form listbox.
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by:TutoStyle3
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thx man
works good
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