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Even if you type in a value and then come back later and delete it, it will still be NULL. I have tried using a iif and format within access but I can't change the format. You must register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
n-dimensional circles! All rights reserved Policies, Terms & Conditions current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. try something along the lines of If Me![Name].Column(9) = "" Then Me![Union Code] = Null Else Me![Union Code] = Me![Name].Column(9) End If hth "Coll"
Forum FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders New Posts Advanced Search Forum Alpha Five Application Server - Web/Browser Applications Application Server Version 10 - Web/Browser How do I sort files into a sub-folder based on filename part? Me![Union Code] = Me![Name].Column(9) Me![Location] = Me![Name].Column(10) Me![Address] = Me![Name].Column(11) Aug 5 '07 #2 P: n/a Coll On Aug 5, 12:03 am, "tina" Field cannot be a zero-length string. (Error 3315) The AllowZeroLength property for this field is set to False, prohibiting the entry of a zero-length string in the field.
I am assuming that since the user entered something and then took it out, the field somehow now has a zero value string in it instead of being empty or null????? I was attempting to create a button for 'Clear Field' that set the value to null or blank, but can't find the right code to accomplish this. I'm receiving an error message "Field cannot be a zero length string." I do have some records with null values for a few fields - no way around that. If you want to allow it to be empty then tell the database that it can be empty.
If a user enters something in one of those fields in Alpha, and THEN clears it out, I get an error, when submitting, that the field cannot have a zero length http://www.alphasoftware.com/alphaforum/showthread.php?92847-Zero-Length-String-Error-When-Submit-to-MS-Access Here's a sample of the code... Your fields will either have a value, or they will be NULL. Enjoy an ad free experience by logging in.
Thanks. this contact form Usually this distinction only matters when you need to care about the difference between NO value and no value YET. It's basically the difference between saying, "no value" or "no value YET." Furthermore, this distinction usually only comes about in Access when you're dealing with VBA programming and you either set Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find
I'm receiving an error message "Field cannot be a zero length string." I do have some records with null values for a few fields - no way around that. Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you! We can help. have a peek here Carol King Developer of Custom Homebuilders' Solutions (CHS) http://www.CHSBuilderSoftware.com Reply With Quote Quick Navigation Application Server Version 10 - Web/Browser Applications Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search
Not a member yet? However, you cannot do that with a simple Copy and Paste; you will have to write some code in VBA in order to make the importation from Excell to Access. Regards, Michael Carroll www.redrocksbluesky.com www.theminimalistrunner.com [email protected] 435-275-5170 Michael Carroll Macbook Pro 2013 / Windows 8.1 Reply With Quote 03-14-2011,01:48 AM #4 kingcarol View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage
I was able to duplicate your error and this solves it.
Field cannot be a zero length string P: n/a Coll I inherited a database. Zero Length String What's the difference between a NULL value and a Zero Length String Q: What is the difference between a NULL value and a Zero Length String? You can check for NULL by using the IsNull function. AFAIK, in a combobox control, a Null value in a field in the RowSource "becomes" a zero-length string in the Column value.
On one of the forms, a bunch of fields on the form are to be updated with data from a combo box containing many columns after one particular field is updated. However, because some functions might return a ZLS, you might want to check for both in your VBA comparisons. you might check that you haven't referenced a column that doesn't exist. "Coll" http://electrictricycle.net/cannot-be/cannot-be-applied-to-java-lang-string-java-lang-string.html User_name cannot be zero-length...
Why is it empty? This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. Any help is appreciated. Is this your first visit?
Let's say you're tracking first, middle, and last names, and you NEED to know whether or not someone has a middle name.