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  1. #1
    Des Guest

    RUNTIME ERROR saving a recordset


    Basically, I written the code below to check that particular controls on a
    form have entries in them. After checking, i want to save the recordset but
    got this error at run time: "Run-time error '-2147217888 (80040e20)': Consumer's
    event handler called a non-reentrant method in the provider."
    Do anyone know why it happens.

    I've set up the database connection in Sub Main() and that works. Is it because
    some of the fields are empty when i try to save a new record to the set.
    I'm really stuck?!? All the code for the form is below, rsCountry and rsState
    are refering to lookup tables in access97, dcomCountry and dcomState are
    both datacombo controls and I set the data field and list field values in
    the properties for each control. I hope that enough information for someone
    to be able to help, thanks in advance.

    Des (code below)


    Option Explicit

    Dim rsState As Recordset
    Dim rsCountry As Recordset
    Dim rsCustomer As Recordset

    Private Sub cmdCancel_Click()
    txtFirstName.Text = ""
    txtInitial.Text = ""
    txtSurname.Text = ""
    txtCoName.Text = ""
    txtAddressOne.Text = ""
    txtAddressTwo.Text = ""
    txtTC.Text = ""
    txtPCode.Text = ""
    txtZCode.Text = ""
    txtTel.Text = ""
    txtEmail.Text = ""
    dcomState.Text = ""
    dcomCountry.Text = ""
    cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    rsCustomer.CancelUpdate
    Unload Me
    frmCustomerMenu.Show
    End Sub

    Private Sub cmdCustMenu_Click()

    Unload Me
    cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    frmCustomer.Show

    End Sub

    Private Sub cmdMain_Click()

    Unload Me
    cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    frmMain.Show

    End Sub


    Private Sub cmdSubmit_Click()

    Dim OK As Boolean

    OK = True
    If (dcomCountry.Text <> "") And (dcomCountry.Text = "United States")
    Then
    If txtTitle.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter Title", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtFirstName.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter First name", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtSurname.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter Surname", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtAddressOne.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please complete Address", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtTC.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter town/city", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtZCode.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter Zip Code", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If dcomState.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please select a State", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    Else
    If (dcomCountry.Text <> "") And (dcomCountry.Text = "United Kingdom")
    Then
    If txtTitle.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter Title", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtFirstName.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter First name", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtSurname.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter Surname", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtAddressOne.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please complete Address", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtTC.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter town/city", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    Else
    If txtPCode.Text = "" Then
    MsgBox "Please enter Post Code", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    OK = False
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    End If
    If dcomCountry = "" Then
    OK = False
    End If
    If OK = True Then
    rsCustomer.Update
    End If

    End Sub

    Private Sub dcomCountry_Change()

    cmdSubmit.Enabled = True
    If dcomCountry.Text = "United Kingdom" Then
    dcomState.Text = ""
    End If

    End Sub

    Private Sub dcomCountry_Click(Area As Integer)

    If dcomCountry = "United States" Then
    lblState.Visible = True
    dcomState.Visible = True
    lblPCode.Visible = False
    txtPCode.Visible = False
    lblZCode.Visible = True
    txtZCode.Visible = True
    Else
    If dcomCountry = "United Kingdom" Then
    lblState.Visible = False
    dcomState.Visible = False
    lblPCode.Visible = True
    txtPCode.Visible = True
    lblZCode.Visible = False
    txtZCode.Visible = False
    End If
    End If


    End Sub

    Private Sub Form_Load()
    Set rsState = New Recordset
    Set rsCountry = New Recordset
    Set rsCustomer = New Recordset

    rsCountry.Open "SELECT COUNTRY.Country FROM COUNTRY;", wbpdb, adOpenStatic,
    adLockOptimistic
    rsState.Open "SELECT STATE.State FROM STATE;", wbpdb, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic
    rsCustomer.Open "CUSTOMER", wbpdb, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic

    Set dcomCountry.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set dcomCountry.RowSource = rsCountry
    Set dcomState.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set dcomState.RowSource = rsState
    Set txtTitle.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtFirstName.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtInitial.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtSurname.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtCoName.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtAddressOne.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtAddressTwo.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtTC.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtPCode.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtZCode.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtTel.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtEmail.DataSource = rsCustomer
    Set txtID.DataSource = rsCustomer

    rsCustomer.AddNew
    If dcomCountry.Text = "" Then
    cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    End If

    End Sub




  2. #2
    Benji Cohen Guest

    Re: RUNTIME ERROR saving a recordset

    Hi Des,
    While looking over your code, I got really confused. I was not able to
    figure out exactly why you are getting the error, but I noticed your whole
    list of:
    Else
    If Something else
    Do something
    Else
    If Another thing....

    with a whole lot of End Ifs at the end. It would probably be a lot more
    efficient and readable if you use the If ... ElseIf ... End If structure. I
    know that if an empty string somehow gets through, and you try to save it,
    you will get an error. I would suggest you re-write the code using ElseIf,
    and go through it again to make sure you catch everything.

    I would also recommend that things you check for in both countries (i.e.
    Title), be put in front, so you do not need the code that checks for both.
    This way, you might be less likely to forget a case in one of the countries.
    It also makes it easier if you need to add a field for both countries, or
    need to add a country.

    I am sorry that this doesn't answer your question, but I hope it helps!
    Good luck,
    Benji Cohen

    P.S. One more piece of unsolicited advice: If Len(txtTitle.Text) = 0 Then is
    slightly faster than if txtTitle.Text = "" Then. Not faster by much, and it
    would probably make a difference in your application, but it is nice to know
    if you make a lot of comparisons.


    "Des" <Desmond.Kavanagh@student.shu.ac.uk> wrote in message
    news:3ce1fe48$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > Basically, I written the code below to check that particular controls on a
    > form have entries in them. After checking, i want to save the recordset

    but
    > got this error at run time: "Run-time error '-2147217888 (80040e20)':

    Consumer's
    > event handler called a non-reentrant method in the provider."
    > Do anyone know why it happens.
    >
    > I've set up the database connection in Sub Main() and that works. Is it

    because
    > some of the fields are empty when i try to save a new record to the set.
    > I'm really stuck?!? All the code for the form is below, rsCountry and

    rsState
    > are refering to lookup tables in access97, dcomCountry and dcomState are
    > both datacombo controls and I set the data field and list field values in
    > the properties for each control. I hope that enough information for

    someone
    > to be able to help, thanks in advance.
    >
    > Des (code below)
    >
    >
    > Option Explicit
    >
    > Dim rsState As Recordset
    > Dim rsCountry As Recordset
    > Dim rsCustomer As Recordset
    >
    > Private Sub cmdCancel_Click()
    > txtFirstName.Text = ""
    > txtInitial.Text = ""
    > txtSurname.Text = ""
    > txtCoName.Text = ""
    > txtAddressOne.Text = ""
    > txtAddressTwo.Text = ""
    > txtTC.Text = ""
    > txtPCode.Text = ""
    > txtZCode.Text = ""
    > txtTel.Text = ""
    > txtEmail.Text = ""
    > dcomState.Text = ""
    > dcomCountry.Text = ""
    > cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    > rsCustomer.CancelUpdate
    > Unload Me
    > frmCustomerMenu.Show
    > End Sub
    >
    > Private Sub cmdCustMenu_Click()
    >
    > Unload Me
    > cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    > frmCustomer.Show
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    > Private Sub cmdMain_Click()
    >
    > Unload Me
    > cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    > frmMain.Show
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    >
    > Private Sub cmdSubmit_Click()
    >
    > Dim OK As Boolean
    >
    > OK = True
    > If (dcomCountry.Text <> "") And (dcomCountry.Text = "United States")
    > Then
    > If txtTitle.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter Title", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtFirstName.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter First name", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtSurname.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter Surname", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtAddressOne.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please complete Address", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtTC.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter town/city", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtZCode.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter Zip Code", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If dcomState.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please select a State", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > Else
    > If (dcomCountry.Text <> "") And (dcomCountry.Text = "United

    Kingdom")
    > Then
    > If txtTitle.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter Title", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtFirstName.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter First name", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtSurname.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter Surname", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtAddressOne.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please complete Address", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtTC.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter town/city", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > Else
    > If txtPCode.Text = "" Then
    > MsgBox "Please enter Post Code", , "Wrecking Ball Press"
    > OK = False
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > End If
    > If dcomCountry = "" Then
    > OK = False
    > End If
    > If OK = True Then
    > rsCustomer.Update
    > End If
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    > Private Sub dcomCountry_Change()
    >
    > cmdSubmit.Enabled = True
    > If dcomCountry.Text = "United Kingdom" Then
    > dcomState.Text = ""
    > End If
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    > Private Sub dcomCountry_Click(Area As Integer)
    >
    > If dcomCountry = "United States" Then
    > lblState.Visible = True
    > dcomState.Visible = True
    > lblPCode.Visible = False
    > txtPCode.Visible = False
    > lblZCode.Visible = True
    > txtZCode.Visible = True
    > Else
    > If dcomCountry = "United Kingdom" Then
    > lblState.Visible = False
    > dcomState.Visible = False
    > lblPCode.Visible = True
    > txtPCode.Visible = True
    > lblZCode.Visible = False
    > txtZCode.Visible = False
    > End If
    > End If
    >
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    > Private Sub Form_Load()
    > Set rsState = New Recordset
    > Set rsCountry = New Recordset
    > Set rsCustomer = New Recordset
    >
    > rsCountry.Open "SELECT COUNTRY.Country FROM COUNTRY;", wbpdb,

    adOpenStatic,
    > adLockOptimistic
    > rsState.Open "SELECT STATE.State FROM STATE;", wbpdb, adOpenStatic,

    adLockOptimistic
    > rsCustomer.Open "CUSTOMER", wbpdb, adOpenStatic, adLockOptimistic
    >
    > Set dcomCountry.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set dcomCountry.RowSource = rsCountry
    > Set dcomState.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set dcomState.RowSource = rsState
    > Set txtTitle.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtFirstName.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtInitial.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtSurname.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtCoName.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtAddressOne.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtAddressTwo.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtTC.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtPCode.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtZCode.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtTel.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtEmail.DataSource = rsCustomer
    > Set txtID.DataSource = rsCustomer
    >
    > rsCustomer.AddNew
    > If dcomCountry.Text = "" Then
    > cmdSubmit.Enabled = False
    > End If
    >
    > End Sub
    >
    >
    >




  3. #3
    Sue Harsevoort Guest

    Re: RUNTIME ERROR saving a recordset

    Whether or not you can send blank fields would depend on the underling
    table.

    Sue

    "Des" <Desmond.Kavanagh@student.shu.ac.uk> wrote in message
    news:3ce286ed$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > "Benji Cohen" <bmtmc@aol.com> wrote:
    > >Hi Des,
    > >While looking over your code, I got really confused. I was not able to
    > >figure out exactly why you are getting the error, but I noticed your

    whole
    > >list of:
    > > Else
    > > If Something else
    > > Do something
    > > Else
    > > If Another thing....
    > >
    > >with a whole lot of End Ifs at the end. It would probably be a lot more
    > >efficient and readable if you use the If ... ElseIf ... End If structure.

    > I
    > >know that if an empty string somehow gets through, and you try to save

    it,
    > >you will get an error. I would suggest you re-write the code using

    ElseIf,
    > >and go through it again to make sure you catch everything.
    > >
    > >I would also recommend that things you check for in both countries (i.e.
    > >Title), be put in front, so you do not need the code that checks for

    both.
    > >This way, you might be less likely to forget a case in one of the

    countries.
    > >It also makes it easier if you need to add a field for both countries, or
    > >need to add a country.
    > >
    > >I am sorry that this doesn't answer your question, but I hope it helps!
    > >Good luck,
    > >Benji Cohen
    > >
    > >P.S. One more piece of unsolicited advice: If Len(txtTitle.Text) = 0 Then

    > is
    > >slightly faster than if txtTitle.Text = "" Then. Not faster by much, and

    > it
    > >would probably make a difference in your application, but it is nice to

    > know
    > >if you make a lot of comparisons.
    > >
    > >

    > Yes, that helps a bit, my condition statements are a bit dodgy so i'll

    change
    > them. The main thing is, I think, some of the fields in the recordset can
    > be empty. I've got telno ad email etc but the idea is that their optional
    > data in the database. Would the problem be that i'm trying to add a new

    record
    > to the recordset that contains some empty fields. Is it at all possible
    > to send a recordset where some of the fields are blank?




  4. #4
    Des Guest

    Re: RUNTIME ERROR saving a recordset


    "Benji Cohen" <bmtmc@aol.com> wrote:
    >Hi Des,
    >While looking over your code, I got really confused. I was not able to
    >figure out exactly why you are getting the error, but I noticed your whole
    >list of:
    > Else
    > If Something else
    > Do something
    > Else
    > If Another thing....
    >
    >with a whole lot of End Ifs at the end. It would probably be a lot more
    >efficient and readable if you use the If ... ElseIf ... End If structure.

    I
    >know that if an empty string somehow gets through, and you try to save it,
    >you will get an error. I would suggest you re-write the code using ElseIf,
    >and go through it again to make sure you catch everything.
    >
    >I would also recommend that things you check for in both countries (i.e.
    >Title), be put in front, so you do not need the code that checks for both.
    >This way, you might be less likely to forget a case in one of the countries.
    >It also makes it easier if you need to add a field for both countries, or
    >need to add a country.
    >
    >I am sorry that this doesn't answer your question, but I hope it helps!
    >Good luck,
    >Benji Cohen
    >
    >P.S. One more piece of unsolicited advice: If Len(txtTitle.Text) = 0 Then

    is
    >slightly faster than if txtTitle.Text = "" Then. Not faster by much, and

    it
    >would probably make a difference in your application, but it is nice to

    know
    >if you make a lot of comparisons.
    >
    >

    Yes, that helps a bit, my condition statements are a bit dodgy so i'll change
    them. The main thing is, I think, some of the fields in the recordset can
    be empty. I've got telno ad email etc but the idea is that their optional
    data in the database. Would the problem be that i'm trying to add a new record
    to the recordset that contains some empty fields. Is it at all possible
    to send a recordset where some of the fields are blank?

  5. #5
    Des Guest

    Re: RUNTIME ERROR saving a recordset


    The unlying table is just one table without any foreign keys. Only the customer
    ID field is indexed (with a primary key) and none of the other fields in
    the table are optional. State and Country refer to lookup table so that you
    can select possible values from a combo box.What other factor involving the
    table would have a bearing upon whether blank field can be used? Is there
    a particlarly good way to set up table to allow for this? If you can help
    I'll be extremely grateful!!!!!!!!!!!


    "Sue Harsevoort" <SusannaH67@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >Whether or not you can send blank fields would depend on the underling
    >table.
    >
    >Sue
    >
    >"Des" <Desmond.Kavanagh@student.shu.ac.uk> wrote in message
    >news:3ce286ed$1@10.1.10.29...
    >>
    >> "Benji Cohen" <bmtmc@aol.com> wrote:
    >> >Hi Des,
    >> >While looking over your code, I got really confused. I was not able

    to
    >> >figure out exactly why you are getting the error, but I noticed your

    >whole
    >> >list of:
    >> > Else
    >> > If Something else
    >> > Do something
    >> > Else
    >> > If Another thing....
    >> >
    >> >with a whole lot of End Ifs at the end. It would probably be a lot more
    >> >efficient and readable if you use the If ... ElseIf ... End If structure.

    >> I
    >> >know that if an empty string somehow gets through, and you try to save

    >it,
    >> >you will get an error. I would suggest you re-write the code using

    >ElseIf,
    >> >and go through it again to make sure you catch everything.
    >> >
    >> >I would also recommend that things you check for in both countries (i.e.
    >> >Title), be put in front, so you do not need the code that checks for

    >both.
    >> >This way, you might be less likely to forget a case in one of the

    >countries.
    >> >It also makes it easier if you need to add a field for both countries,

    or
    >> >need to add a country.
    >> >
    >> >I am sorry that this doesn't answer your question, but I hope it helps!
    >> >Good luck,
    >> >Benji Cohen
    >> >
    >> >P.S. One more piece of unsolicited advice: If Len(txtTitle.Text) = 0

    Then
    >> is
    >> >slightly faster than if txtTitle.Text = "" Then. Not faster by much,

    and
    >> it
    >> >would probably make a difference in your application, but it is nice

    to
    >> know
    >> >if you make a lot of comparisons.
    >> >
    >> >

    >> Yes, that helps a bit, my condition statements are a bit dodgy so i'll

    >change
    >> them. The main thing is, I think, some of the fields in the recordset

    can
    >> be empty. I've got telno ad email etc but the idea is that their optional
    >> data in the database. Would the problem be that i'm trying to add a new

    >record
    >> to the recordset that contains some empty fields. Is it at all possible
    >> to send a recordset where some of the fields are blank?

    >
    >



  6. #6
    Sue Harsevoort Guest

    Re: RUNTIME ERROR saving a recordset

    I'm not sure if you ever said what database you are using, it depends on the
    database how this is set. I'm not sure the error message you are getting
    really has anything to do with blank fields though. You may want to check
    out this page in the Microsoft KB
    http://support.microsoft.com/default...en-us;Q195638.

    Sue

    "Des" <Desmond.Kavanagh@student.shu.ac.uk> wrote in message
    news:3ce28cfc$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > The unlying table is just one table without any foreign keys. Only the

    customer
    > ID field is indexed (with a primary key) and none of the other fields in
    > the table are optional. State and Country refer to lookup table so that

    you
    > can select possible values from a combo box.What other factor involving

    the
    > table would have a bearing upon whether blank field can be used? Is there
    > a particlarly good way to set up table to allow for this? If you can help
    > I'll be extremely grateful!!!!!!!!!!!
    >
    >
    > "Sue Harsevoort" <SusannaH67@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > >Whether or not you can send blank fields would depend on the underling
    > >table.
    > >
    > >Sue
    > >
    > >"Des" <Desmond.Kavanagh@student.shu.ac.uk> wrote in message
    > >news:3ce286ed$1@10.1.10.29...
    > >>
    > >> "Benji Cohen" <bmtmc@aol.com> wrote:
    > >> >Hi Des,
    > >> >While looking over your code, I got really confused. I was not able

    > to
    > >> >figure out exactly why you are getting the error, but I noticed your

    > >whole
    > >> >list of:
    > >> > Else
    > >> > If Something else
    > >> > Do something
    > >> > Else
    > >> > If Another thing....
    > >> >
    > >> >with a whole lot of End Ifs at the end. It would probably be a lot

    more
    > >> >efficient and readable if you use the If ... ElseIf ... End If

    structure.
    > >> I
    > >> >know that if an empty string somehow gets through, and you try to save

    > >it,
    > >> >you will get an error. I would suggest you re-write the code using

    > >ElseIf,
    > >> >and go through it again to make sure you catch everything.
    > >> >
    > >> >I would also recommend that things you check for in both countries

    (i.e.
    > >> >Title), be put in front, so you do not need the code that checks for

    > >both.
    > >> >This way, you might be less likely to forget a case in one of the

    > >countries.
    > >> >It also makes it easier if you need to add a field for both countries,

    > or
    > >> >need to add a country.
    > >> >
    > >> >I am sorry that this doesn't answer your question, but I hope it

    helps!
    > >> >Good luck,
    > >> >Benji Cohen
    > >> >
    > >> >P.S. One more piece of unsolicited advice: If Len(txtTitle.Text) = 0

    > Then
    > >> is
    > >> >slightly faster than if txtTitle.Text = "" Then. Not faster by much,

    > and
    > >> it
    > >> >would probably make a difference in your application, but it is nice

    > to
    > >> know
    > >> >if you make a lot of comparisons.
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >> Yes, that helps a bit, my condition statements are a bit dodgy so i'll

    > >change
    > >> them. The main thing is, I think, some of the fields in the recordset

    > can
    > >> be empty. I've got telno ad email etc but the idea is that their

    optional
    > >> data in the database. Would the problem be that i'm trying to add a new

    > >record
    > >> to the recordset that contains some empty fields. Is it at all

    possible
    > >> to send a recordset where some of the fields are blank?

    > >
    > >

    >




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   -- Android Development Center
   -- Cloud Development Project Center
   -- HTML5 Development Center
   -- Windows Mobile Development Center