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Export Text File using Docmd.transfertext using criteria

Posted on 2014-01-15
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I have it working except for limiting the text file to just the orgshop.  It Puts a text file in each folder correctly but doesn't limit the text file to the criteria orgshop.  attached is the function im using.  Any ideas?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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does this query "q01DOLI-WeaponsInUseExport" returns all ORGSHOP ?

- if it does, then you need a filter for each ORGSHOP for each export, by altering the querydef of your query  "q01DOLI-WeaponsInUseExport"  before exporting..

how many ORGSHOP do you have ?
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by:Hiken
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yes it returns all orgshops  what i want it to do is export each org shop in the query to a different folder.  i was able to do this with a report  like this:

DoCmd.OpenReport "r01R14", acViewPreview, , "orgshop= """ & ORGSHOP & """", acHidden

DoCmd.OutputTo acReport, "r01R14", "PDF Format(*.pdf)", locationR14 & ("R14-" & ORGSHOP & "-" & getDate & "-" & Format(Now(), "hhnn") & ".pdf"), False, ""


I want to do this exact same thing but with a txt file instead of a report
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by:Hiken
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oops didn't answer your last question I have 8 now, but it could change in the future  that's why I don't want to do a different query for each org shop
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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you can use another recordset to filter the query

dim orgRs as dao.recordset

set orgRs=currentdb.openrecordset("select distinct orgshop from TableName")

do until rsOrg.eof

'here you can change the querydef of query "q01DOLI-WeaponsInUseExport"

' export codes here

rsOrg.movenext
loop
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by:Hiken
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You did lead me in the right direction with querydef.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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why a grade of C ?
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by:Hiken
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Didn't feel you gave me an answer just led me in the right direction.  If you check the  file I uploaded it was a lot more than what you gave me to get it done.  I was toying with a B though
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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<Didn't feel you gave me an answer just led me in the right direction>

WOW...

good luck with project
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