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21471217904 (80040e10) Error - No Value Given for one or more....

Posted on 2009-02-21
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Please find bellow VBA that I use for export data from MS Access database in Excel worksheet.
It works fine every until I try to devide Turnover with number of months. Number of months I use for devide is from My combobox on worksheet loaded with date value also from Access db.
Please find extract of my sql statement:
strSQL = " SELECT [MB],[c], [Average_AV], [Turnover]/['" & Mid(Me.ComboBox2.Value,4 , 2) & "'],[LGT],[NOP] FROM FINAL WHERE DATE= '" & Me.ComboBox2.Value & "' " 
After I introduced this devide issue I receive error as in title. How can I set My SQL statement in order to devide Turnover with number of months and avoid the error at the same time.
Please help...
Kind regards....

Private Sub Start_Command_Click()
Dim col As Integer
Dim row As Integer
Set cnn = CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
Set rst = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
stDB = "Path to my database\db2.mdb"
cnn.Open "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Jet OLEDB:Database Password=;" _
& "Data Source=" & stDB & ";"
Range("A7:G888") = " "
Range("C5") = Me.ComboBox2.Value
strSQL = " SELECT [MB],[c], [Average_AV], [Turnover]/['" & Mid(Me.ComboBox2.Value,4 , 2) & "'],[LGT],[NOP] FROM FINAL WHERE DATE= '" & Me.ComboBox2.Value & "' " 
rst.Open strSQL, cnn
 col = 0
 row = 6
  Do While Not rst.EOF
    row = row + 1
    col = 0
    Do While col < rst.Fields.Count
      Cells(row, col + 1) = rst.Fields(col).Value
      col = col + 1
Set rst = Nothing: Set cnn = Nothing
End Sub

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Question by:garfild_1

Accepted Solution

Ken Fayal earned 1000 total points
ID: 23700928
The error is specifically pointing at the Me.ComboBox2.Value.  You have to make sure that you have a real date in the combobox.  If you DO actually have a real date in the combobox, then you might want to try changing the strSQL to this:

strSQL = " SELECT [MB],[c], [Average_AV], [Turnover]/['" & Mid(Me.ComboBox2.Value,4 , 2) & "'],[LGT],[NOP] FROM FINAL WHERE DATE= #" & Me.ComboBox2.Value & "# " 

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Assisted Solution

by:Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )
Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 1000 total points
ID: 23700986
DATE is a Reserved Word; you really should use some sort of nameing convention, but if you cannot then enclose that word in square brackets:


Can you post an actual SQL string that is built? You can do this immediately before you .Open your recordset:

Debug.Print strSQL

You've got single quotes that don't look like they belong, and a Debug.Print should tell us exactly what is being passed through ADO.

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ID: 23701216
Hello again,
Thank both of you for replys in such short notice. I reached solution. Please find bellow VBA.
Now it works perfectlly. It seems that bracketing [] caused confusion because it was treated as value from MS Access  database actually doesn't exist.
Anyway than you for your time and effort.
Kind regards....

strSQL = " SELECT [MB],[c], [Average_AV], [Turnover]/" & Mid(Me.ComboBox2.Value,4 , 2) & ",[LGT],[NOP] FROM FINAL WHERE DATE= '" & Me.ComboBox2.Value & "' " 

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