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Posted on 2009-07-15
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I am trying to obtain nextval from my Oracle sequence.  My ODBC driver is Oracle in OraHome92, not Microsoft ODBC for Oracle for which the attached code snippet was written.  I have tried to modify to use the driver I need.
Basically, my first choice would be to use the dsn I created via the Control Panel's ODBC Data Source Administrator as it references the TNS service name and does not store the user id or password.
I have created a pass-through query via QueryDesigner where I can even specify the ds name used by all the other linked tables, but I can't figure out how to use the query to get the value inot a text field so that when the insert to Oracle occurs, there will be a value for the tables PK.
Thanks for any help.

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Function AssignNextVal() As Long

    Dim db As Database

    Dim LPassThrough As QueryDef

    Dim Lrs As DAO.Recordset

    Dim LSQL As String
 

    On Error GoTo Err_Execute

    Set db = CurrentDb()

       Set LPassThrough = db.CreateQueryDef("qryTemp")

     

    LPassThrough.Connect = "ODBC;Driver={Oracle in OraHome92};Dbq=ECODS_Product_Admin;Uid=*****;Pwd=*****"

    LPassThrough.SQL = "Select STG_XLS.SEQ_CONSOLIDATED_MAPPING_KEY.nextval as CONSOLIDATED_MAPPING_ID From Dual"

    LPassThrough.ReturnsRecords = True
 

    Set Lrs = LPassThrough.OpenRecordset(dbOpenSnapshot)
 

    'Retrieve NextVal from Oracle sequence

    If Lrs.EOF = False Then

        AssignNextVal = Lrs("NV")

    Else

        AssignNextVal = 0

    End If
 

    'Remove query definition when done

    CurrentDb.QueryDefs.Delete "qryTemp"
 

    Exit Function
 

Err_Execute:
 

    'Remove query definition when done

    CurrentDb.QueryDefs.Delete "qryTemp"
 

    'Return 0 if an error occurred

    AssignNextVal = 0
 

End Function

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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what error do you get
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by:Greg_Beam
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The error message is "Runtime error '3146'  ODBC-call failed"

What do you think of this approach?  I would like to not include my password.  

Why do some people wnat to avoid a dsn?  

Thanks,
Greg
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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what if you do this:
If Lrs.EOF and Lrs.BOF Then

  AssignNextVal = 0

Else

  AssignNextVal = Lrs.Fields("CONSOLIDATED_MAPPING_ID").Value

End If

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
ID: 24871665
anyhow, if you create the querydef just to delete it afterwards, I would do it a less intensive method
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Function AssignNextVal() As Long

    Dim db As ADODB.Connection 

    Dim Lrs As ADODB.Recordset

    Dim LSQL As String

 

    On Error GoTo Err_Execute

    Set db = new adodb.connection     

    db.open "Driver={Oracle in OraHome92};Dbq=ECODS_Product_Admin;Uid=*****;Pwd=*****"
 

    LSQL = "Select STG_XLS.SEQ_CONSOLIDATED_MAPPING_KEY.nextval as CONSOLIDATED_MAPPING_ID From Dual"

 

    Set Lrs = db.execute(LSQL)

 

    'Retrieve NextVal from Oracle sequence

    If Lrs.EOF and lrs.bof Then

        AssignNextVal = 0

    Else

        AssignNextVal = Lrs("CONSOLIDATED_MAPPING_ID").Value

    End If

    Lrs.Close

    db.Close

 

    Exit Function

 

Err_Execute:

 

    'Return 0 if an error occurred

    AssignNextVal = 0

 

End Function

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by:Greg_Beam
ID: 24872220
Yes!!! That works!

May ask how I could avoid using my id and password, that is, use the existing ODBC connection instead of creating a new one?

Greg
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by:Greg_Beam
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angelii,
I am very have to have a solution, I know nothing about this area.  But I would still prefer a solution that does not involve hard-coding a password.
Thanks again,
Greg
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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you cannot avoid the password, unless you can use windows authentication.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd788095(BTS.10).aspx
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by:Greg_Beam
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Ok, thanks.

Also, I put the function as the default value of the field containing the PK.  So the combo box, I think, on the form presents the existing Id from existing rows, but calls the function for new rows that do not yet an Id assigned.  I was looking for an event to trigger calliing the function, and didn't find a good one.   This works well.

I am a first-time user of EE and I think it is very nice!  Thanks again angelll!
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