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Access 2010 run time error 3464

Posted on 2014-10-25
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I'm using the code below and I get a run time error 3464 Data Type Mismatch in Criteria Expression:
DoCmd.OpenForm "frm_fund_Groups", , , "[Fund Type Code] in(" & strFund & ")"

The data in the field is in the following format.... CF/DF/EC/EG/EM/EP/ER/ES/ET/GA/TR/UG/US/UT

Any Thoughts.. Thanks



Dim strFund As String, j As Integer, fundArr() As String
If InStr(Me.FundType, "/") Then
    fundArr = Split(Me.FundType, "/")
    For j = 0 To UBound(fundArr)
        strFund = strFund & "/" & Chr(39) & fundArr(j) & Chr(39)
    Next
    Else
    strFund = Chr(39) & Me.FundType & Chr(39)
End If
If InStr(strFund, "/") Then
    strFund = Mid(strFund, 2)
End If

DoCmd.OpenForm "frm_fund_Groups", , , "[Fund Type Code] in(" & strFund & ")"
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IN works with commas:

  strFund = strFund & "," & Chr(39) & fundArr(j) & Chr(39)

/gustav
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by:shieldsco
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When I change to strFund = strFund & "," & Chr(39) & fundArr(j) & Chr(39)
Run Time Error 3075 Syntax Error (missing operator) in query expression 'Fund Type Code] in (,'EC','EG','EM')',

DoCmd.OpenForm "frm_fund_Groups", , , "[Fund Type Code] in(" & strFund & ")"
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Thanks
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by:IrogSinta
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You need to remove the beginning comma so you should change the code of the second IF statement to:
If InStr(strFund, ",") Then

However, I believe your code could be simplified to just this:
 
Dim strFund As String

strFund = Replace(Me.FundType, "/","','")
DoCmd.OpenForm "frm_fund_Groups", , , "[Fund Type Code] in(" & strFund & ")" 

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