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Le 05/01/2016 04:24, Egbert Eissing a écrit :

Hi Egbert,

I have a main form and a sub form. 
The main form holds one single record, the sub form contains multiple records related to the 
record in the main form. 
Both forms are holding alphanumeric and also pure numeric data. 
I wrote a macro to evaluate and calculate the numeric data in the sub form and deposit the 
results in fields of the main form. 

Now my problem: The numbers placed in the main form fields by means of the macro are not 
recognized by the back end MySQL database. These simply are not transferred, whatever I do. (If I 
write some figures in manually, the same are being transferred without problem.) What can I do to 
work around this problem? Is there any kind of trick that makes the form believe that the 
automatically generated data have been put in by hand and treated accordingly? I am sure there 
must be a solution to this. 
Thanks for any help. 

Without having access to the macro code that you have written, how do
you expect us to be able to help ? It could be that something is missing
in your code, e.g. a commit statement of the form control's value to the
bound database field.


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