Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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burrina
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Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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how can I add this to my loop code?

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Between Dte1 And Dte2 ' Variable set when form loads.

Dte1 = Forms!frmMainMenu!BeginDate
Dte2 = Forms!frmMainMenu!EndDate

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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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What recordset?
Which field do you want to loop?
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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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Dim rst As DAO.Recordset

Set rst = MyDB.OpenRecordset("TCheckNo", dbOpenDynaset)

If Not ![ChkPD] Then 'If Employee has not been paid
.Edit
'Fields to loop would be Dte1 and Dte2 since they are called via the module. I need between those dates.

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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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Dte1 and Dte2 are specific dates, like 23-Feb-2021.
What do you want to loop between Dte1 and Dte2?
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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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I woulld use the BeginDate for my starting date and EndDate for the end date. These would be set via the calendar.
Or between Dte1 and Dte2 would be the same.
Example: Dte1 = 2/23/21 and Dte2 = 2/24/21 Or Between Forms!frmMainMenu!BeginDate and Forms!frmMainMenu!EndDate

Hope this explains it.

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No, it doesn't. You still haven't told me which field in the recordset should be between the start and end dates.
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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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Sorry! CheckDate is the field

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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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It could look like this (air code warning!):

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    Dim rst As DAO.Recordset
    Set rst = MyDB.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM TCheckNO WHERE CheckDate Between #" & _
        Format(Dte1, "yyyy-mm-dd") & "# And #" & Format(Dte2, "yyyy-mm-dd") & "#", dbOpenDynaset)
    With rst
        Do While Not .EOF
            If Not ![ChkPD] Then 'If Employee has not been paid
                .Edit
                ...
                .Update
            End If
            .MoveNext
        Loop
        .Close
    End With
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Re: Loop thru recordset using begin and end dates

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Thank You Hans. The set statement was throwing me off. I appreciate it!