I have a form with 2 subforms on it. Both subforms are displayed as continuous forms.
Subform1’s record source is a table with transaction records.
Subform2’s record source is a ‘temporary’ table. I will wind up clearing it out at the end of each session.
Each record in Subform1 has a command button next to it.
The objective is to allow the user to select any record (s)he wants and to populate, one by one, Subform2 (or rather the temporary table displayed through Subform2). So, Subform2 can be viewed as an object used for creating a ‘list’ of selected records from the transactions table (displayed through Subform1).
I need Subform2 (or its associated table) to advance to a new record after being populated with a selection from Subform1. Without this functionality (and presuming the temporary table is empty at the start of all of this to make illustration easier), what is happening is when I make a second (or third or fourth, etc) record selection in Subform1, it is just overwriting the record displayed in Subform2.
This is my code under the command button in Subform1. It does properly put a record into the temporary table. But that one record keeps getting overwritten instead of records being added when multiple selections are made. You can see I have no code for ‘advancing’ to a new record, which is what I need:
Private Sub cmd_Select_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_cmd_Select_Click
Me.Parent.frm_Subform2.Form.txt_Field1 = Me.txt_Field1
Me.Parent.frm_Subform2.Form.txt_Field2 = Me.txt_Field2
Me.Parent.frm_Subform2.Form.Dirty = False
I should note that if I click in the ‘new record’ row of Subform2 and then make a second selection (presuming I already made one selection and therefore Subform2 now displays one record) from Subform1, the second selection gets properly added to the temporary table. But I want to avoid having to click back and forth between subforms. I’d like to be able to control it all under the command buttons in Subform1
So, really all this question is is how to get the temporary table to ‘advance’ to accept a new (additional) record.