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If statement causes for next loop to exit

Posted on 2014-03-20
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Hello,

I have a for next loop interating over a collection of dataset rows,

I want to insert a couple of if statements to populate a couple of cells in the rows but I'm finding as soon as the first if statement is processed the for next loop is exited.

Am I missing something?

Thanks
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Question by:Petermcg001
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by:MacroShadow
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Probably a problem with your structure, if you show the code we can help.
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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which programming language exactly?
it must be an explicit "code" in your code to "break" to "exit" the loop, please post the relevant part of the code
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by:Petermcg001
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Thanks for looking at this,

My vb.net code is:-
For Each DeliveryTicketRow As dsDeliveryTickets.UnprintedTicketsRow In DsDeliveryTickets.UnprintedTickets
            AccountsTableAdapter.FillBy(DsAccounts.Accounts, DeliveryTicketRow.Account)
            Account = DsAccounts.Accounts(0)
            With DeliveryTicketRow
                .AccountAddress1 = Account.AddressLine1
                .AccountAddress2 = Account.AddressLine2
                .AccountAddress3 = Account.AddressLine3
                .AccountTown = Account.AddressLine4
                .AccountName = Account.CustomerAccountName
                .AccountPostcode = Account.PostCode
                .AccountTelephoneNumber = Account.TelephoneNumber
                If .StatusFlag = "U" Then .UrgentText = "Urgent"


                If .LineNote = "F" Then .FillText = "Fill"


            End With

        Next

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As soon as the first if is processed the loop exits.
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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the code as such does not show anything that shall raise this issue.
so, either you have some (unhandled) error somewhere, OR it's the WITH statement structure which might give you that issue.
please try to run the code without the WITH, like this
For Each DeliveryTicketRow As dsDeliveryTickets.UnprintedTicketsRow In DsDeliveryTickets.UnprintedTickets
            AccountsTableAdapter.FillBy(DsAccounts.Accounts, DeliveryTicketRow.Account)
            Account = DsAccounts.Accounts(0)
            
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountAddress1 = Account.AddressLine1
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountAddress2 = Account.AddressLine2
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountAddress3 = Account.AddressLine3
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountTown = Account.AddressLine4
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountName = Account.CustomerAccountName
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountPostcode = Account.PostCode
                DeliveryTicketRow.AccountTelephoneNumber = Account.TelephoneNumber
                If DeliveryTicketRow.StatusFlag = "U" Then DeliveryTicketRow.UrgentText = "Urgent"


                If DeliveryTicketRow.LineNote = "F" Then DeliveryTicketRow.FillText = "Fill"

        Next

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