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Select query to run on Click of command button

Posted on 2006-07-19
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I need to know how to get this to work.  I have form with Command Button on it and want to do a select query.  What would be correct syntax?  

Any help would be greatly appreciated!


Private Sub Command0_Click()

SELECT [Contact List].[1st], [Contact List].[2nd], [Contact List].[3rd], [Contact List].[4th], [Contact List].[5th], [Contact List].[First Name], [Contact List].[Last Name]
FROM [Contact List]
WHERE ((([Contact List].[1st]) Is Not Null) AND (([Contact List].[2nd]) Is Null) AND (([Contact List].[3rd]) Is Null) AND (([Contact List].[4th]) Is Null) AND (([Contact List].[5th]) Is Null));

DoCmd.OpenForm "Form1"


End Sub
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by:Jim Horn
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>I have form with Command Button on it and want to do a select query.
When you say 'do' a select query, does that mean run/display the select query, or use it to populate the form?
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by:ca1358
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Use if to populate the form.
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>DoCmd.OpenForm "Form1"
Are you using Access or VB?  If Access, then just save your SQL as a separate query, then use that query as the RecordSource of your form.

SELECT [1st], [2nd], [3rd], [4th], [5th], [First Name], [Last Name]
FROM [Contact List]
WHERE Not IsNull([1st]) AND Not IsNull([2nd]) AND Not IsNull([3rd]) AND Not IsNull([4th]) AND Not IsNull([5th])
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