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This may be abit basic, I am a self taught Access user.
I have a form in my database to add soldiers details and they are assigned a cohort number depending on when they enlisted.
In response to Lala and malik’s questions on connecting a form to a database (whether it’s Microsoft Access, My SQL, etc.
doesn’t really matter), I decided to write a little tutorial on how to do it.
I have a form designed in Access 2010 used to put records into a table. I have current date ()Date set as the default value for this field.
When a new record is added it defaults to the current date just as it should.
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Could it be a problem that the the field in the newly created tbl is called Cohort and the field in the form is also called Cohort? I would rename the field you have on the form to 'txt Cohort', and update any other code you have that may be referencing it.
In almost all cases the records will only be updated one time.
So far the only need is to know that last time the record was updated.
So if I'm not using a form - in the default property of the field: Note that the [Data Current] is the name of MY text box on MY form, so adjust yours as necessary if/when you begin using a form. Next time you start a new topic, just remember to select the version number from the dropdown below the textbox where you enter the topic title... A form gives you far more control over the data entry process to preserve your data integrity. The "Default Value" property is only applicable for "New" records. I actually added the following to the After Update Property:010Master! When I change the value of one of my fields, Change is not update with the current date when I leave the record, what am I doing wrong?
Also note that Now() inserts both current date AND time, which is what I was after for my application. So, if you are making your data changes at the table level, then there isn't really any automatic way to add a "change" date to the record (unless you are using Acc2010). Hi,oo (aka Cybercow) is one of the admins here and would be the one responsible for adding any new icons if it is needed.
If you pick a table with an auto-increment column, you’ll be able to read from it but you’ll get errors when you try to push data into it.