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Can some one see what I am doing wrong here? I get variable not defined on ChangeCheck. Probably missed a dammed commer somewhere

        strSQL = _
            "INSERT INTO Sets (ItemNumber, DoorNumber, Batch, Location, ChangeCheck) " & _
            "SELECT " & lngNewID & " AS ItemNumber, DoorNumber, Batch, Location, ChangeCheck " & _
            "FROM Sets " & _
            "WHERE (ItemNumber=" & lngOldID And ((ChangeCheck) = -1)
        CurrentDb.Execute strSQL, dbFailOnError
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I get variable not defined on ChangeCheck.

Then ChangeCheck either not exists or is misspelled.

And/or correct this as:

    "WHERE (ItemNumber=" & lngOldID & " And ChangeCheck = -1)

/gustav
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Thank you
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Gustav are you on the list of people that can contract for projects? I have a simple one that need help
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Yes, feel free: gustav[@]cactus.dk
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Hi Gustav

I believe it has to go through EE How do I find you?
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Hi Gustav

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