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Need VBS code help again

Posted on 2013-02-06
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For onprint event of a report this code has been working:

Me.txtApplied = Nz(DSum("[AppliedInvQty]", "tblOpenOrders", "[Part_No] = '" & Me.txtPart_No & "' AND [Complete] = 0"))

But when I add the RecID info at the end it is broken.  I get a type mismatch error.

Can someone spot my code mistake?

--Steve
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by:SteveL13
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I forgot to give you my code:

Me.txtApplied = Nz(DSum("[AppliedInvQty]", "tblOpenOrders", "[Part_No] = '" & Me.txtPart_No & "' AND [Complete] = 0" And [RecID] = Me.txtRecID))
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Me.txtApplied = Nz(DSum("[AppliedInvQty]", "tblOpenOrders", "[Part_No] = '" & Me.txtPart_No & "' AND [Complete] = 0 And [RecID] = " & Me.txtRecID))
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by:jerryb30
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if RecID is text:
Me.txtApplied = Nz(DSum("[AppliedInvQty]", "tblOpenOrders", "[Part_No] = '" & Me.txtPart_No & "' AND [Complete] = 0 And [RecID] = '" & Me.txtRecID & "'"))
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Perfect.  Thank you very much.
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