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Error 3065 - Cant execute a Select Query

Posted on 2014-01-04
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Experts,

What is Error 3065?  Not sure what is setting off the error if it Appends correctly.  

Thank you


Private Sub cmdNewProject_Click()

        On Error GoTo EH

    Dim rs As DAO.Recordset
Set rs = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("select * from Projects where 1=0")

With rs
    .AddNew
    ![Created By] = Nz([TempVars]![CurrentUserID], 0)
    ![Status2] = 7
    ![Currency] = DLookup("CurrencyID", "tblCurrencyExchange", "[Currency] = '" & Me.txtCur & "'")
    ![ProjectNo] = Me.txtActivityCode
    ![Project Name] = "LC Ref: (delete it after appending if want): " & Me.txtLCRef & ", Project Name: " & Me.txtActivityDescription
    ![Start Date] = Date
    ![Notes] = "****APPENDED LC FROM CSM*****: " & Format(Date, "m\/d\/yyyy") & ", Beneficiary :" & Me.txtBeneficiary & ", Guarantor: " & Me.txtGtorDescrip
    .Update
End With

rs.Close
        CurrentDb.Execute "qryUpdateProjID_tblLC", dbFailOnError         CurrentDb.Execute "qryUpdateProjID_CSM2", dbFailOnError

        DoCmd.OpenForm "frmUpdateBU"
        Me.Refresh
    
    Exit Sub
    

EH:  'Add error handling here

    MsgBox "Error " & Err.Number & ": " & Err.Description

End Sub

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by:mbizup
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Temporarily remove/comment out this line to see exactly which line is failing:

     ' On Error GoTo EH

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Click debug when you get the error message and post the line of code in your next comment.
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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"Cant execute a Select Query"

Execute only works on Action queries, not Select queries.

No can do IF ... this is really a SELECT query.
CurrentDb.Execute "qryUpdateProjID_tblLC", dbFailOnError  

mx
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by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
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Actually, Joe, there were two queries on that line (way out to the right) that might be at fault.

CurrentDb.Execute "qryUpdateProjID_tblLC", dbFailOnError        
CurrentDb.Execute "qryUpdateProjID_CSM2", dbFailOnError

So, either of those queries could be the "select" query.

If the OP is anything like me, he/she was testing one of the queries and changed it to a select, and then forgot to change it back to an Update query.
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by:pdvsa
ID: 39756791
<he/she was testing one of the queries and changed it to a select, and then forgot to change it back to an Update query.
==>that is exactly what I did.  I now understand the importance of naming a update qry with the word Update in the name. I found 2 more I forgot to change from a select.

thank you
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So ... then I was right ... a was my post ??
I pointed out first that you cannot Execute a select query.

ms
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by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
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pdvsa,

Agree with, Joe.  He is the one that pointed it out, I just piled on.  He should get these points.

Click "Request Attention", bottom right corner of your original post, and ask the moderators to reopen the question so that you can award points appropriately.
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by:pdvsa
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Sorry about that Joe...I requested attention
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Details, details :-)
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