VB run-time error 91

I sometime have run-time error 91 in my VB application if I click thing too fast. When I click "OK" button it then shut down my application.  Is there a way to ignore the error 91 or trap the error somehow...

I really appreciate any help
thanks,
Majusri
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DabasCommented:
Hi Majusri,
It always pays to have error handling in all of your procedures.

After your sub or function statment, have a statement that says
On Error goto Error

At the end of the procedure have something like this:

Exit Sub 'So that if everything went OK, the error handling is skipped

Error:
      MsgBox "An Error has occured. " & Err.Description
      'Add code here to ask if the user wants to continue or not
      If the user wants to continue then
            Resume Next 'Program will continue with the statement after the one that caused the error
      Else
            End 'Shut down program
      End IF
End Sub (or Function)

Dabas
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MajusriAuthor Commented:
well then I can use on Error Resume Next.... somehow, I only get the error 91 one in a while, not all the time. when there is an error 91 then the application going to shut down. I don't know if it a problem between VB6 and SQL Server 2000 returning the data or if I clicking too fast. All I want to do is to ignore the error 91.


thanks,
Majusri
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DabasCommented:
Majusri,
Yes, you can use ON error resume next.
Only then you do not know what errors you are getting and you might get yourself into dangerous waters!
If you are error handling the application should not shut down.

Dabas
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MajusriAuthor Commented:
Thank you for your tip. I will now have to implement on Error... on most of my sub.

Thanks Dabas.
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