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Hello,

I'm trying to open a query in a recordset and I'm getting a 3061 error.  I've tried to do this in several ways and I've had no luck.  I'm using Access 2010 with SQL Server 2005.  

Any idea would be great.  Thanks!

    Dim db As DAO.Database
    Dim rs As DAO.Recordset
    Set db = CurrentDb
    strSQL = "Select NHID From qryFaxReminder"
    Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenSnapshot)

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What is the SQL for qryFaxReminder ?

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PARAMETERS [Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow] DateTime;
SELECT tblFacilityInfo.nhid, tblAdministrator.Administrator, tblContacts.ContactName, tblFacilityInfo.Fax, tblFacilityInfo.Phone, tblFacilities.FNAME, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched2, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched3, tblAdministrator.ContactNotAdmin
FROM ((tblFacilityInfo LEFT JOIN tblContacts ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblContacts.nhid) INNER JOIN tblFacilities ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblFacilities.nhid) LEFT JOIN tblAdministrator ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblAdministrator.nhid
WHERE (((tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1)=[Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]));

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Try this ... using Eval()

PARAMETERS [Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow] DateTime;
SELECT tblFacilityInfo.nhid, tblAdministrator.Administrator, tblContacts.ContactName, tblFacilityInfo.Fax, tblFacilityInfo.Phone, tblFacilities.FNAME, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched2, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched3, tblAdministrator.ContactNotAdmin
FROM ((tblFacilityInfo LEFT JOIN tblContacts ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblContacts.nhid) INNER JOIN tblFacilities ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblFacilities.nhid) LEFT JOIN tblAdministrator ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblAdministrator.nhid
WHERE (((tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1)=EVAL("[Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]") ));
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I'm getting the same results using EVAL.
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The code stops at "Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenSnapshot)"
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Really ... ok ...

1) Is that Form open when you run the code?

2) Are there *any* misspelled objects (typos) in [frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]  or the query name itself.

Actually ... may need EVAL in the PARAMETERS part also:


PARAMETERS EVAL("[Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]") DateTime;
SELECT tblFacilityInfo.nhid, tblAdministrator.Administrator, tblContacts.ContactName, tblFacilityInfo.Fax, tblFacilityInfo.Phone, tblFacilities.FNAME, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched2, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched3, tblAdministrator.ContactNotAdmin
FROM ((tblFacilityInfo LEFT JOIN tblContacts ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblContacts.nhid) INNER JOIN tblFacilities ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblFacilities.nhid) LEFT JOIN tblAdministrator ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblAdministrator.nhid
WHERE (((tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1)=EVAL("[Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]") ));

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1. Yes form is open.
2. No.  
3. EVAL in PARAMETERS does not work.
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I'm going this route.

    Dim rs As DAO.Recordset
    Dim qry As DAO.QueryDef
    Set qry = CurrentDb.QueryDefs("qryFaxReminder")
    qry.Parameters("[Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]") = [Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]
    Set rs = qry.OpenRecordset(dbOpenSnapshot, dbPessimistic)

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Thanks for your help.
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Well, that's what Eval() in the SQL gets around ... doing the qry.Parameters in code.  

Does that work ?

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No, the EVAL did not work.

PARAMETERS [Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow] DateTime;
SELECT tblFacilityInfo.nhid, tblAdministrator.Administrator, tblContacts.ContactName, tblFacilityInfo.Fax, tblFacilityInfo.Phone, tblFacilities.FNAME, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched2, tblFacilityInfo.DateSched3, tblAdministrator.ContactNotAdmin
FROM ((tblFacilityInfo LEFT JOIN tblContacts ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblContacts.nhid) INNER JOIN tblFacilities ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblFacilities.nhid) LEFT JOIN tblAdministrator ON tblFacilityInfo.nhid = tblAdministrator.nhid
WHERE (((tblFacilityInfo.DateSched1)=Eval("[Forms]![frmFaxReminder]![WeekFromNow]")));

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No, I meant what you posted ... re "I'm going this route."

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Oh, yes.  The qry.Parameters works.
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Very strange ... sorry
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I found this solution without expert assistance.
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