Microsoft Access: Data Integration with Sharepoint and Office 365

Microsoft Access: Data Integration with SharePoint and Office 365

Add “(All)” to a Combo Box or List Box

Function AddAllToList(ctl As Control, lngID As Long, lngRow As Long,
_ lngCol As Long, intCode As Integer) As Variant
Static dbs As Database, rst As Recordset
Static lngDisplayID As Long
Static intDisplayCol As Integer
Static strDisplayText As String
Dim intSemiColon As Integer

On Error GoTo Err_AddAllToList
Select Case intCode
Case acLBInitialize ‘ See if function is already in use.
If lngDisplayID <> 0 Then
MsgBox “AddAllToList is already in use by another control!”
AddAllToList = False
Exit Function
End If
‘ Parse the display column and display text from Tag property.
intDisplayCol = 1
strDisplayText = “(All)”
If ctl.Tag <> “” Then
intSemiColon = InStr(ctl.Tag, “;”)
If intSemiColon = 0 Then
intDisplayCol = Val(ctl.Tag)
intDisplayCol = Val(Left(ctl.Tag, intSemiColon – 1))
strDisplayText = Mid(ctl.Tag, intSemiColon + 1)
End If
End If
‘ Open the recordset defined in the RowSource property.
Set dbs = CurrentDb
Set rst = dbs.OpenRecordset(ctl.RowSource, dbOpenSnapshot)
‘ Record and return the lngID for this function.
lngDisplayID = Timer
AddAllToList = lngDisplayID
Case acLBOpen
AddAllToList = lngDisplayID
Case acLBGetRowCount ‘ Return number of rows in recordset.
On Error Resume Next
AddAllToList = rst.RecordCount + 1
Case acLBGetColumnCount ‘ Return number of fields (columns) in recordset.
AddAllToList = rst.Fields.Count
Case acLBGetColumnWidth
AddAllToList = -1
Case acLBGetValue
If lngRow = 0 Then
If lngCol = intDisplayCol – 1 Then
AddAllToList = strDisplayText
AddAllToList = Null
End If
rst.MoveFirst rst.Move
lngRow – 1
AddAllToList = rst(lngCol)
End If
Case acLBEnd lngDisplayID = 0
End Select
Exit Function
MsgBox Err.Description, vbOKOnly + vbCritical, “AddAllToList”
AddAllToList = False
Resume Bye_AddAllToList
End Function