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Check two different conditions in one Function

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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have the attached function, but what I need is for it to loop through the first condtion and if false, then loop through teh next condition and if that is false, return back the value of the dScore.  So, am a little perplexed as to how to tell it to check the first and if false, check the second, different condition?
Public Function fntCheckEligibilty(ByVal RepID As Integer, ByVal EvalYear As Integer, _
                                 ByVal EvalQuarter As Integer, dScore As Double) As Double
'Checks the hire date and if it is in the quarter, sets the IncGoalResult to 0
'as by business rules, the employee is not eligible.  Also checks the status of the employee to see
'if they have been manually marked as ineligible by Weston
On Error GoTo ErrorHandler
Dim strSelect As String
Dim strIn   As String
Dim strIneligible As String
Dim rst As Recordset

Select Case EvalQuarter
    Case 1
        strIn = "(1,2,3)"
    Case 2
        strIn = "(4,5,6)"
    Case 3
        strIn = "(7,8,9)"
    Case 4
        strIn = "(10,11,12)"
End Select

strSelect = "SELECT Representative.ID AS RepID, TblEmployees.EmpHREmployeeNumber, Year([HRDateHired]) AS HireYear, " & _
    "Month([HRDateHired]) AS HireMonth " & _
    "FROM (TblEmployees INNER JOIN TblEmployeeHRData ON TblEmployees.EmpEmployeeID = TblEmployeeHRData.HREmployeeID) " & _
    "INNER JOIN Representative ON TblEmployees.EmpFRBEmployeeNumber = Representative.frb_employee_number " & _
    "WHERE Representative.ID = " & RepID & " AND Year([HRDateHired])= " & EvalYear & " AND " & _
    "Month([HRDateHired]) In " & strIn & " "

    Set rst = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSelect, dbOpenSnapshot)
    If rst.RecordCount > 0 Then
        fntCheckEligibilty = 0
    Else
        fntCheckEligibilty = dScore
    End If
    
    
strIneligible = "SELECT DISTINCT Representative.ID AS RepID, TblEmployees.EmpPermanent " & _
    "FROM Representative INNER JOIN TblEmployees ON " & _
    "Representative.frb_employee_number = TblEmployees.EmpFRBEmployeeNumber " & _
    "WHERE TblEmployees.EmpPermanent = 'Permanent' AND TblEmployees.EmpTerminated = No " & _
    "AND TblEmployees.EmpEligible = No "
   
    Set rst = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strIneligible, dbOpenSnapshot)
    If rst.RecordCount > 0 Then
        fntCheckEligibilty = 0
    Else
        fntCheckEligibilty = dScore
    End If
    
    rst.Close
    Set rst = Nothing

Exit_ErrorHandler:
    Exit Function
ErrorHandler:
     MsgBox "Error Number: " & Err.Number & vbCrLf & _
           "Description: " & Err.Description & vbCrLf & _
           "Function: fntCheckEligibilty "
    Resume Exit_ErrorHandler
End Function

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