Add Comment Parameters prm Related ID = [ID] prm Comment ="--Status Changes to "&[Status] prm User ID =[Changed By User ID] End If If Updated("Resolution") Then Run Data Macro Macro Name Comments.Data macros are a new feature of Access 2010 which enable you to add logic to events that occur in tables, such as adding, updating, or deleting data.In this article, I describe a few ways you can leverage Microsoft Access date functions in your Access 2007 and Access 2010 databases.If you have never used Microsoft Access date functions, take a look at this quick Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Access Built-in Date Functions that I recently created and shared on our Office You Tube channel. Sub Fill Array Access() Dim o Conn As Object Dim my Recordset As Object Dim s Conn As String Dim s As String s = "C:\Users\PC2\Documents\Database2.accdb" 'Your connection string will change depending on the Access version. Adapt your code to the example below - sites such as https:// will show you which string to use for your version of Access. OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=" & s 's Conn = "Provider=Microsoft. OLEDB.12.0; Data Source=" & s 'Access 2010 Set o Conn = Create Object("ADODB. Open s Conn Set my Recordset = Create Object("ADODB. Open "Person Information", o Conn, 1, 3, &H2 With my Recordset . Nor will it exclude records that no longer satisfy the criteria of the query or filter. When the record source for a form is requeried, the current set of records will accurately reflect all data in the record source.In a Microsoft Access project (.adp), the Refresh method requeries the database and displays any new or changed records or removes deleted records from the table on which the form is based.
Microsoft Access date functions are a powerful way to retrieve and analyze data in your Access databases, but very few users know about these functions or how to use them.
If you find yourself constantly entering whatever today's date is in your Access forms or tables, you are wasting valuable time.
Access can do that for you, and you don't have to be an Access expert to do so!
Data macros are managed from the Table tab while viewing a table in Datasheet view, and do not appear under Macros in the Navigation Pane.
Among other things, you can use data macros to validate and ensure the accuracy of data in a table.
They are similar to "triggers" in Microsoft SQL Server.