Microsoft Access 2013 no longer supports ADPs. This code only runs in Access 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2010.
|(Declarations)||Declarations||Declarations and private variables for the modForms_ADP module.|
|GetFormRecordNumberADP||Procedure||Get the current record number of a form in an ADP.|
|GetFormRecordCountADP||Procedure||Get the total records of a form in an ADP.|
|IsFormOnFirstRecordADP||Procedure||Determine if the current record of a form in an ADP is on the first record.|
|IsFormOnLasttRecordADP||Procedure||Determine if the current record of a form in an ADP is on the last record.|
|ListFillTablesADP||Procedure||Provides a list fill function for a list/combo box for a list of tables in an ADP database.|
' Example of modForms_ADP ' Microsoft Access 2013 no longer supports ADPs. This code only runs in Access 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007 and 2010. ' ' To try this example, do the following: ' 1. Create a new form in an ADP that is connected to the 'Northwind' sample database (or another SQL Server Database that contains tables) ' 2. Set the form's RecordSource property to the 'Categories' table (or another table that contains one or more records) ' 3. Add a command button named 'cmdTest' ' 4. Add a list box named 'lstTables' ' 4. Paste this code into the form's module Private Sub cmdTest_Click() ' Example of GetFormRecordNumberADP Debug.Print "Record number: " & GetFormRecordNumberADP(Me) ' Example of GetFormRecordCountADP Debug.Print "Record count: " & GetFormRecordCountADP(Me) ' Example of IsFormOnFirstRecordADP If IsFormOnFirstRecordADP(Me) Then Debug.Print "On first record" Else Debug.Print "Not on first record" End If ' Example of IsFormOnLasttRecordADP If IsFormOnLasttRecordADP(Me) Then Debug.Print "On last record" Else Debug.Print "Not on last record" End If End Sub Private Sub Form_Open(Cancel As Integer) lstTables.RowSourceType = "ListFillTablesADP" cmdTest.Caption = "Test ADP Form" End Sub
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