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VBA function with recordset error

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I am trying to create a function that returns a concatenated string value from a recordset for a variable that gets passed in and searched for.

Function Code:

Public Function GetSessionRecs(p_sessionname As String)

strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [SessionName] = p_sessionname "

Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenDynaset)

   If rs.RecordCount = 0 Then
      'MsgBox "no records"
   Exit Function
   End If
   
   GetSessionRecs = ""
   
Do Until rs.EOF

  GetSessionRecs = GetSessionRecs & rs!Description

  rs.MoveNext
  Loop

rs.Close

End Function

When I call it from another block of code like this

p_sessionvalues = GetSessionRecs(p_sessionname)

I get:

Run-time error '3016':
Too few parameters. Expected 2.

Pointing to this line:
Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenDynaset)
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Question by:TOWELLR
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Anthony Berenguel earned 500 total points
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Try changing this line
strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [SessionName] = p_sessionname "

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to
strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [SessionName] ='" & p_sessionname & "'"

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This:
strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [SessionName] = p_sessionname "


needs to be:

strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [SessionName] = " & chr$(34) & p_sessionname & chr$(34)

assuming session name is a string.  Also check spelling and spacing.   Anything that is not understood will become a parameter, which when executing in code, Access won't deal with.

Jim.
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and by the way, so you don't re-invent the wheel:

"Domain Aggregate" for Concatenating Values by Group in Microsoft Access
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/A_2380-Domain-Aggregate-for-Concatenating-Values-by-Group-in-Microsoft-Access.html

Jim.
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by:TOWELLR
ID: 39664026
OK It looks like this with a simpler numeric variable:

strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [Item Code] ='" & p_itemcode & "'"
MsgBox "Func Select: " & strSQL

Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenDynaset)

The MsgBox for the insert string looks clean:

Func Select: Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [Item Code] ='1'

Now it is saying : too few parameters. Expected 1

I will read through the links provided.
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by:Anthony Berenguel
ID: 39664051
ok. So  since it's a numeric field now you don't need the apostrophes. Change this line
strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [Item Code] ='" & p_itemcode & "'"

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to
strSQL = "Select Description from [Session Detail Table] where [Item Code] =" & p_itemcode 

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by:TOWELLR
ID: 39664102
Solved:

My original syntax for the select was wrong.  Fixed it with the suggestion from aebea.  Thanks

When the error persisted and a read some other articles I knew it must be referring to a bad column somewhere which was my second issue.

The [Description] column was not in the table as Description.  It had another name.

Thanks to all for the help.
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