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how to catch Run time error '-2147467529 (80004005)'

Posted on 2008-06-23
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i have a database and everytime when user tryinig to save a duplicate record , the error mesage should state
you can not save the record, because the record existed
I have :
rs!RecNum=txtrecnum.text
rs!AccountName=txtAccountName.text
rs!Name=txtName.text
if err.number=-2147467529 then
msgbox "you can not save the record, because the record existed"
exit sub
else
rs.update
end if
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Did you try something like this ? Can you tell me what goes wrong with your code ?

private sub SaveRecord()
on error goto myError
rs!RecNum=txtrecnum.text
rs!AccountName=txtAccountName.text
rs!Name=txtName.text
rs.update
exit sub
myError:
if err.number=-2147467529 then
    msgbox "you can not save the record, because the record existed"
end if
exit sub
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