Assigning Caption value in VB6 app to value in Database, worked but now no longer

Posted on 2009-07-10
Last Modified: 2013-12-26

I have just had to make amendments to one of our applications.  Since making amendments I now receive 3265 error as item does not exist in collection

My code is below.  All of this worked previously.  The only chnage I have made is incorporate a new recordset into application and a few more vb boxes

Here is code that was amended

Private Sub cmdFilterNomAdd_Click()
Dim strName(8) As String
Dim Index As Integer
Dim strTitles As Variant
Dim strGrpTitles As Variant
Dim strGroup(4) As String
Dim response As Integer

strTitles = Array("Name", "Rank", "Appointment", "Address Line 1", "Address Line 2", "Address Line 3", "Address Line 4", "Address Line 5", "Tel Number")
For Index = 0 To 8
    strName(Index) = InputBox(strTitles(Index), "New Nominee / Authority details")
    If Index = 0 And strName(0) = "" Then
        MsgBox "A name is required", vbCritical Or vbOKOnly
        Exit Sub
    End If

' This was adding new people to different projects e.g. RAF, SALAM
For Index = 0 To 4
    response = MsgBox("Is the contact a member of " & frmIntegration.cboDMRL.List(Index), vbYesNo, "Assigning Contact Groups")
    If response = vbYes Then
        strGroup(Index) = frmIntegration.cboDMRL.List(Index)
        strGroup(Index) = ""
    End If

With rstFilterNames
    !Name = strName(0)
    !Rank = strName(1)
    !Appointment = strName(2)
    !Add1 = strName(3)
    !Add2 = strName(4)
    !Add3 = strName(5)
    !Add4 = strName(6)
    !Add5 = strName(7)
    !Tel = strName(8)
End With

For Index = 0 To 4
    If strGroup(Index) <> "" Then
        With rstzGroups
           !ID = rstFilterNames.Fields("ID")
            !DMRL = strGroup(Index)
       End With
    End If

With lstFilterNames
    .ListItems.Add , , strName(1)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(0)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(2)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(3)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(4)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(5)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(6)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(7)
    .ListItems.Item(.ListItems.Count).ListSubItems.Add , , strName(8)
End With
End Sub

I have also attached the code that connects all forms and procedures together.

It is bugging me.  This is probably so simple in the fact all I need is the lblUnitID.caption to represent the ID
from FilterNames recordset

Can anyon ehelp me out

Private Sub Command2_Click()
Dim Index As Byte
If cboDMRL.text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please select Data Module type before continuing", vbOKOnly, "Data Module Type Not Selected"
    Exit Sub
End If
frmFilterNames.Show vbModal
If Not FilterBrowseCancel Then  'check if form cancelled
    txtUnitName.text = rstFilterNames("Name")
    txtUnitTitle.text = rstFilterNames("Rank")
    txtUnitAppointment.text = rstFilterNames("Appointment")
    For Index = 0 To 5
        txtUnitAdd(Index).text = rstFilterNames(Index + 2)
    lblunitID.Caption = rstFilterNames("ID") - This line is causing error and bug
End If
End Sub

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Question by:rustystefan
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rustystefan earned 0 total points
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Please ignore question.

Dut o my oversight and long week I just realised what I had done and hadn't referenced lblunitID.Caption = rstFilterNames("ID") to correct field in database of zFilterNames.ID instead

Obviously this worked

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