Moving information from Access to Excel using VBA: "Do Until" code

Posted on 2014-09-22
Last Modified: 2014-09-23
I know the title of this question is vague, but I am not sure how to explain this simply.

I have a piece of code that moves information from an Access Database to an excel spreadsheet.

Right now it won't allow duplicates records to be shown on the spreadsheet. This is great with values like TheTO and TheSTOname. But I need to have the TheStaffName repeat with each of TheSTOnames.

I have tried to change the code to say "If rs!STO AND rs!TeamName = TheSTOname AND TheStaffName" and then remove the Else and End If from the section of the code
that moves TheSTOname and TheStaffName so that there is no extra Else statement, but that ends the process really quickly and only a few items from my database end up added to the spreadsheet.

Below is the code I am working with and some notes about what I need to have happen.

Do Until rs.EOF
'This piece does not allow the TO to repeat. If the TO is repeated, then it will just move to the next record until it finds one that does not repeat
    If rs!TO = TheTO Then
    'Same with the STO. Keeps the STO from repeating. If the STO is a duplicate, it goes to the next one.
        If rs!STO = TheSTOname Then
        'If the staff name duplicates, then it goes to the next record. THIS IS A PROBLEM. I need the staff names to repeat with the STOs
            If TheStaffName = rs!TeamName Then
            'If the ActDesc repeats, it will move to the next line.
                If theActDesc = rs!ActDesc Then
                'Starts writing the ActDesc to the spreadsheet
                    theRow = theRow + 1
                    oSheet.Cells(theRow, 4).Value = rs!ActDesc
                End If
            'Starts moving the staff names to the spreasheet. I want these connected to the sto name.
                theRow = theRow + 1
                oSheet.Cells(theRow, 3).Value = rs!TeamName
                TheStaffName = rs!TeamName

            End If
            theRow = theRow + 1
            oSheet.Cells(theRow, 2).Value = rs!STO
            TheSTOname = rs!STO
        End If
        theRow = theRow + 1
        oSheet.Cells(theRow, 1).Value = rs!TO
        TheTO = rs!TO
    End If

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Thank you (in advance)!!!!
Question by:Megin
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Author Comment

ID: 40337994
So, what it does is shown here (without the TO field). I have highlighted where I need to have the staff name duplicated. I don't want it duplicated for every activity, but just for every subtask.
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Expert Comment

ID: 40338837
Create a query which generates your output. Then use the Range.CopyFromRecordset method to transfer the data.
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Accepted Solution

JimFive earned 500 total points
ID: 40339253
When the STO changes set theStaffName = ""
That would be around line 28 in your snippet.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 40339474
That did it!

Thank you!!!!

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