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Posted on 2012-03-29
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I had help on this yesterday but it is not working. First it told me I had a for without a next. After a little digging around I found out it was missing an end if. Maybe I am not putting it in the right place but I can't get it to recognize and rename the file or any of the rest

Public Sub FindFile()

Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, sTable As String
Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            sTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox sTable
End If
           
            Send2Archive sTable
         
Next
end sub

Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)



 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\mine\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:="sTable", _
  Destination:="sTable", structureonly:=False
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Question by:Serena2345
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Expert Comment

by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 37782436
what is wrong?


use this code, change sTable with strTable


Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)



 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\mine\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:=strTable, _
  Destination:=strTable, structureonly:=False
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Expert Comment

by:als315
ID: 37782465
Try this code:
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, sTable As String
Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            sTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox sTable
            Send2Archive sTable
        End If
Next
end sub

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In your code sTable was repeated for tables not started with "PRWBBEPI_"
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Author Comment

by:Serena2345
ID: 37782528
Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)



 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\pdonichy\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:="strTable", _
  Destination:="strTable", structureonly:=False
 
 
End Function



Public Sub FindFile()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox strTable
End If
           
            Send2Archive strTable
         
Next



End Sub



There is the code this is what I get
Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)



 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\pdonichy\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:="strTable", _
  Destination:="strTable", structureonly:=False
 
 
End Function



Public Sub FindFile()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox strTable
End If
           
            Send2Archive strTable
         
Next



End Sub
Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)



 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\pdonichy\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:="strTable", _
  Destination:="strTable", structureonly:=False
 
 
End Function



Public Sub FindFile()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox strTable
End If
           
            Send2Archive strTable
         
Next



End Sub
See error in attachment
error1.doc
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Expert Comment

by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 37782628
copy and paste ALL these codes



Public Sub FindFile()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox strTable
      
           
            Send2Archive strTable
      End If
         
Next
End Sub


Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)

 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\pdonichy\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:=strTable, _
  Destination:=strTable, structureonly:=False
 
 
End Function



Note* do not enclosed strTable in quotes
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Author Comment

by:Serena2345
ID: 37783128
Here is what is in there . It does not work. It does not seem to recoginze the file with "PRWBBEPI_" rename it and finish the processing, even though I know it is there

Option Compare Database
Option Explicit
Public Sub FindFile()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 9) = "PRWBBEPI_" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox strTable
     
           
            Send2Archive strTable
      End If
         
Next
End Sub


Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)

 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\pdonichy\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:=strTable, _
  Destination:=strTable, structureonly:=False
 
 
End Function
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Expert Comment

by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 37783221
do you really have a table with name beginning with  PRWBBEPI_ ?

can you upload a copy of the db?
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Author Comment

by:Serena2345
ID: 37783273
Here is a screen print of my tables. I will make a copy of the db tomorrow
tables.doc
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Expert Comment

by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 37783325
copy this codes and run


Public Sub FindFileX()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 8) = "PRWBBEPI" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
            MsgBox strTable    
      End If        
Next
End Sub



you should get two messages
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Author Comment

by:Serena2345
ID: 37832787
I get the 2 messages How do call the function to move the file
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
ID: 37832854
Public Sub FindFileX()
Dim td As dao.TableDef, db As dao.Database, strTable As String
 Set db = CurrentDb

For Each td In db.TableDefs
        If Left(td.Name, 8) = "PRWBBEPI" Then
            strTable = td.Name
   
           Send2Archive(strTable)    'Add this line

      End If        
Next
End Sub

Public Function Send2Archive(strTable As String)

 DoCmd.TransferDatabase transfertype:=acExport, _
  databasetype:="Microsoft Access", _
  databasename:="C:\Documents and Settings\pdonichy\My Documents\destination.accdb", _
  ObjectType:=acTable, Source:=strTable, _
  Destination:=strTable, structureonly:=False
 
 
End Function
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by:Serena2345
ID: 37834507
I got it to work Thanks Cappie
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