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AddAllToList on search form

Posted on 2011-03-09
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I have a search form that has text boxes and a list box. Everything works great on my search form.

I have added the AddAllToList function to add all to the listbox. All is in the listbox but I am having trouble getting my form to show all records. I put the below code into my on click event of my button but it doesnt seem to work.

 
Private Sub Btn_Search_Click()

If Me.LstAnalystName = "(ALL)" Then
Me.Frm_Search2.Form.RecordSource = "SELECT * FROM qry_AllData "

Else
   ' Update the record source
    Me.Frm_Search2.Form.RecordSource = "SELECT * FROM qry_AllData " & BuildFilter
End If
    
    ' Requery the subform
    Me.Frm_Search2.Requery

End Sub

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I did something similar to this on another form with a combo box and it works fine. However that form is not a search form. I am having trouble with it on my search form.
 
Any help is appreciated.

Kelly
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MINDSUPERB earned 500 total points
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Try to check the Column bound and the column count property of you list box.

You may try

If Me.LstAnalystName.Column(1) = "(ALL)" Then


Sincerely,
Ed
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by:kmoyer9717
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This worked perfectly.

Thanks so much for your help.

Kelly
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by:kmoyer9717
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I may have spoke to soon. That worked perfectly to get the All however when I choose another analyst name to search in my list box before it returns the result i get an error "AddAllToList" "Item not found in this collection"
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Kelly, you are welcome.

Can you post the code of your AddAllToList function?

Ed
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