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If Then for New Customers Upload Images   Link  
JP von der Borch 
11 months ago
ifThenElse added into code below enables new records (customers) in main form

Private Sub Form_Current()
    ' clear listbox
    Dim X As Long
    Dim db As Database Read More...
Richard Rost
11 months ago
Thanks for sharing, JP!
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Spelling Errs Upload Images   Link  
Chris Bezant 
12 months ago
Hello Rick
Following your guidance, I also use the capitalisation method for variable names, but in addition I always compile after entering code to help catch errors.
I don't remember seeing youcompile during lessons. Read More...
Richard Rost
12 months ago
That's because I never have errors. LOL. Ha ha. No... I'll compile when I'm DONE with a database, before I release a version to a client, or if I've got unexplained errors that I can't figure out. It is a good idea to compile often. Having "option explicit" pretty much makes sure that you declare all of your variables, and will catch misspellings of field names.
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Referential Integrity Upload Images   Link  
James Gray 
12 months ago
Seems like it would be essential to set up the relationship between Recipes and Products so that you cannot delete a product from the product table if the recipe still exists. That does beg the question of what happens if your recipe changes however.
Richard Rost
12 months ago
Of course. I assume by the time you're at this level you understand the need for referential integrity - as you obviously do. Obi Wan has taught you well. I'm not going to take the time in every lesson to show you all of the stuff I've already taught you. Again. That's a lowly Expert-level concept. LOL. If the recipe changes, then what you require will also change. If someone changes it AFTER you make your shopping list, well, "dem's the breaks, kid."
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