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item not in collecion ms/access 2013 VBA

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Error "item is not in this collection"

I am trying to open a query and show on the screen using the following code:

Private Sub Form_Load()
   
    Dim coreDB As DAO.Database

    Dim T00_ControlTableSet As DAO.Recordset, _
        Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroSet As DAO.Recordset
       
    Dim Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef As QueryDef

   
    Dim NumeroPA As Integer, _
        NumeroTarefaPA As Integer
 
    Dim strUserID As String, _
        strCoreID As String, _
        strSetSQL As String
   
    Set coreDB = CurrentDb
    Set T00_ControlTableSet = coreDB.OpenRecordset("T00_ControlTable", dbOpenDynaset)
     
    ' tem que se fazer um filtro aos técnicos do COrE
   
    strCoreID = Forms![F91_LoggedUser]![CoreID]
    strUserID = Forms![F91_LoggedUser]![CurrentUserID]

    'Me.Fld_F12_UserID = Forms![F91_LoggedUser]![CurrentUserID]
    Call LogMe("F41a_PAdeTecnico all\ Load \ ", strCoreID & "\" & strUserID)
    strSetSQL = "SELECT Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_PedidosTecnico, "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_Tecnico , "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_NomeEmpreendedor , "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_Titulo, "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_NomeEmpresa , "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_Fechado, "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_Cor , "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_TotAlertas , "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_PrevFecho, "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_CorPrevFecho "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "FROM Q29x_PedidosTecnico "
    strSetSQL = strSetSQL & "WHERE (((Q29x_PedidosTecnico.Q29_Tecnico)= " & "'" & strUserID & "' " & ")); "
   
    Set Q29x_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef = coreDB.QueryDefs("Q29x_PedidosTecnicoFiltro")
    Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef.SQL = strSetSQL
    Set Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroSet = coreDB.OpenRecordset("Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltro", dbOpenDynaset)
    Me.Recalc
    Me.Refresh
   
 
    ' fechar o userID
    DoCmd.Close acForm, "F11_Utilizadores", acSaveYes
   
End Sub

However, I am consistently getting the above error, as shown on the screenshots:

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can anyone tell what am I wrongdoing?
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by:ste5an
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Please use Option Explicit as default:

VBA IDE- Tools menu
Require Variable Declaration
This will result in an automatically added line code at the top of each VBA module or class. When it's missing, then add this line by hand. So that each file starts with it:

Option Compare Database
Option Explicit

Private Sub Form_Load()
     
     Dim coreDB As DAO.Database

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Then you would get an error when compiling your code, cause this is an unkown variable: Q29x_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef, because you defined it with an B as Dim Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef As QueryDef.

btw, as you're already using line breaks, use it consequently and use table alias names:

strSetSQL = _
   "SELECT Q.Q29_PedidosTecnico, " & _
       "Q.Q29_Tecnico , "  & _
       "Q.Q29_NomeEmpreendedor , " & _
       "Q.Q29_Titulo, " & _
       "Q.Q29_NomeEmpresa , " & _
       "Q.Q29_Fechado, " & _
       "Q.Q29_Cor , " & _
       "Q.Q29_TotAlertas , " & _
       "Q.Q29_PrevFecho, " & _
       "Q.Q29_CorPrevFecho " & _
       "FROM Q29x_PedidosTecnico Q " & _
       "WHERE Q.Q29_Tecnico = '" & strUserID & "';"

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by:Jeffrey Coachman
ID: 40589224
Quick Guess...
Make sure:
Itemactually exists and is spelled correctly...
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Gustav Brock earned 500 total points
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You are mixing up names in a very confusing way with Qs for recordsets and interchanging x and Bx in:

Dim T00_ControlTableSet As DAO.Recordset, _
         Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroSet As DAO.Recordset
Dim Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef As QueryDef

so it is hard to follow what is new and what is existing objects.

You probably need these adjustments:

Set Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef = coreDB.QueryDefs("Q29x_PedidosTecnicoFiltro")
Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef.SQL = strSetSQL
Set Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroSet = coreDB.OpenRecordset("Q29Bx_PedidosTecnicoFiltroDef", dbOpenDynaset)

And, of course, double-check that Q29x_PedidosTecnicoFiltro exists.

/gustav
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by:jirdeaid
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is this NOT closed?
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by:Gustav Brock
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That's up to you to do.

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by:jirdeaid
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Thanks! Ithought it was closed...
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by:Gustav Brock
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You are welcome!

/gustav
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