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MS Access continue execution of loop when no return from SQL

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Hi,

I have this bit of code:
Set rst3 = dbs.OpenRecordset("SELECT Customer.[ListID], Customer.[Name], Customer.[FullName] " _
& "FROM Customer " _
& "WHERE (((Customer.[Name])='" & student_name & "'));")
                               
sCustomerListID = rst3!ListID

Sometimes though one some records nothing is returned and the program stops execution. How do I continue execution eventhough nothing is returned from the code above?

Thanks,
Victor
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Check the recordcount prior to doing anything that needs values from your recordset:

Set rst3 = dbs.OpenRecordset("SELECT Customer.[ListID], Customer.[Name], Customer.[FullName] " _
& "FROM Customer " _
& "WHERE (((Customer.[Name])='" & student_name & "'));")

if rs.Recordcount = 0 then
     msgbox "No records"
     Exit sub                ' or do whatever else is needed
Else
       sCustomerListID = NZ( rst3!ListID )     '<----- Also change this line as shown to handle nulls
End if 

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