insert unbound field values into a value list to update table

Draw a blank on the proper syntax for an insert statement using variables.

gCountryID = Nz(Forms![frmHomePage]![Add New Location].Form![Countryrecid])
gStateID = Nz(Forms![frmHomePage]![Add New Location].Form![StateRecID])
gCityName = Nz(Forms![frmHomePage]![Add New Location].Form![CityRecID])
strSQL = "INSERT INTO tblCity ( CountryRecID, StateRecID, CityName, TaxInclusive, Top5000, DateCreated, Modifiedby )" & _
            " VALUE (gcountryID,Gstateid], gcityname, gTaxIncl, gtop, date(),GetgUserID())"
Debug.Print strSQL

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Please feel free to make corrects.  I am using an unbound form and on enter of each field a variable is set.

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Karen SchaeferBI ANALYSTAsked:
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
'Note that I like to put my ampersands at the beginning of each line, and prefer to add spaces at the end of a line
'This assumes that GStateID, gCityName, and the function GetgUserId() are all text fields
strSQL = "INSERT INTO tblCity (CountryRecID, StateRecID, CityName, TaxInclusive, Top5000, DateCreated, Modifiedby) " _
       & "VALUE (" & gcountryID & ", " _
                   & chr$(34) & Gstateid & chr$(34) & ", " _
                   & chr$(34) & gcityname & chr$(34) & ", " _
                   & gTaxIncl & ",  " _
                   & gtop & ", " _
                   & "#" & date() & "#, " _
                   & chr$(34) & GetgUserID() & chr$(34) _
                   & ")"

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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You can and should insert Date() as is, and it is VALUES:
strSQL = "INSERT INTO tblCity ( CountryRecID, StateRecID, CityName, TaxInclusive, Top5000, DateCreated, Modifiedby ) " & _
    "VALUES ( '" & gcountryID & "', '" & Gstateid & "', '" & gcityname & "', " & gTaxIncl & ", " & gtop & ", Date(), '" & GetgUserID() & "' )"

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/gustav
Karen SchaeferBI ANALYSTAuthor Commented:
getting there, but still having issue returning and updating the UserLoginID from the GetUserName function.
Function GetUserName() As String
' Returns the network login name
Dim lngLen As Long, lngX As Long
Dim strUserName As String
    strUserName = String$(254, 0)
    lngLen = 255
    lngX = apiGetUserName(strUserName, lngLen)
    If (lngX > 0) Then
        GetUserName = Left$(strUserName, lngLen - 1)
    Else
        GetUserName = vbNullString
    End If
End Function
Public Function GetgUserID() As String
    GetgUserID = Nz(DLookup("UserLoginID", "tblUser", "UserName" = GetUserName()))
Debug.Print GetgUserID
End Function

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INSERT INTO tblCity ( CountryRecID, StateRecID, CityName, TaxInclusive, Top5000, DateCreated, Modifiedby ) VALUES ( '41', '31', 'testadfadf', False, False, Date(), '' )

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The current value is having an issue with Null on GetuserID?
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
I think it should read:

GetgUserID = Nz(DLookup("UserLoginID", "tblUser", "UserName = GetUserName()"))

or:

GetgUserID = Nz(DLookup("UserLoginID", "tblUser", "UserName = '" & GetUserName() & "'"))

/gustav
Karen SchaeferBI ANALYSTAuthor Commented:
THANKS FOR THE INPUT.
Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You are welcome!

/gustav
Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
Glad to help.
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