Value)) Then Msg Box "Order Complete Dt cannot be null, Please enter date" Ord_Comp_Dt.
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Why is it not enough for you to check the fields before saving the record?
You keep insisting on field level checking, but that is not always easy... Hi H, Thanks for ur reply, I got it what u r saying, if Before update works at form level then it wouldn't be problem, user says we want that after entering the wrong value it should fire the trigger so I am trying to meet their requirement, can you tell me how I should convince user saying that this will work only at form level,while saving your record.
After that I get no messages, only the record is still in editing mode as it should be, not allowing to save it before it meets the criterion set before. You keep insisting on field level checking, but that is not always easy... You should have this code to run on form's before update property!
that way you will be able to adjust the values in specified fields and finaly save the current record after the criteria is met.
Value) Then Msg Box "Order Complete Dt should be greater then Order Recv Date! Set Focus is Valid = False End If Chk Fld = is Valid End Function So my question is how I can overcome this error and I want user to enter the correct value and can't be null and even if just entering date and hitting save button it should also fire at save button too. for reply, I used your method but it seems Validation rule property is not working properly in access 2003, if I entered wrong date or kept null and hit the tab key it didn't fire the event, it works if i enter the date and remove the date and hit tab it says it cannot be null but it doesn't fire for wrong date.
It should stop user there unless it enters right date.
The code is applied to the change event of the field and makes sure it only receives numbers.
If an illegal character is entered it pops up a message asking for the correct input and then clears the field ready for the next attempt.
Validation is a very useful feature in VB6, which you implement in a variety of situations. So while coding for the login and registration forms, it is a must to include the validations for the controls on the forms.
You have to write the code in the Validate event procedure of the control where you input the data, for example, on the Text Box control.
Users, particularly inexperienced ones, can find almost unlimited ways to enter invalid data.