Microsoft Access 2010 tutorial:recordset findlast


Recordset findlast

VI.5.4. Recordset.FindLast

Recordset.FindLast is used to search for a record in the Recordset object that satisfies the specific criteria. The search process starts from the end of the Recordset to the beginning of the Recordset.

Syntax:

           RecordsetObject.FindLast(Criteria)

Criteria: It is like WHERE clause in the SQL statement, but in this syntax the word WHERE is not used. Criteria (must) has a data type as string.

Note: This method always use with NoMatch property to determine whether the process of finding has succeeded. If the search is found, the value of NoMatch property is False. In contrast, the value of NoMatch property is True. However, you can use BOF property instead of Nomatch property in finding the data.

If the Recordset contains more than one record that satisfies the criteria, the first occurrence is returned.

For example, you have the frmModifyData form as figure:

Access 2010 find record 

This form allows you to find the existing record through CategoryID only. If you want to find any record (e.g. you would like to find Cate004. Does it exist in the table or not?), you have to type CategoryID(not case-sensitive) in the Search text box and click the Search command button. The matched record will display in the two text boxes and be selected in the list box. See the figure:

Access 2010 find from last record 

The VBA code below explicates the example. You can use either BOF or NoMatch property as in demonstrative VBA code below:           

Option Compare Database
Dim Db As DAO.Database
Dim Rs As DAO.Recordset
Dim SqlText As String



Private Sub Form_Load()

' Display the first record on form and drop all records to listbox with selection
  Set Db = CurrentDb

  SqlText = " Select * From TblCategory"

  Set Rs = Db.OpenRecordset(SqlText, dbOpenDynaset)

  Call Display   ' Call display sub procedure

  Selectlist (Rs.AbsolutePosition)   ' Call selectlist sub procedure

  Call PopListbox    ' Call PopListbox sub procedure

  cmdUpdate.Enabled = False

  cmdDelete.Enabled = False


End Sub

 

Private Sub cmdSearch_Click()

  If txtSearch.Value <> " " Then

    If Not Rs.BOF Then

        Rs.FindLast "CategoryID='" & txtSearch.Value & "'"

        Call Display

        Selectlist (Rs.AbsolutePosition)

        If Trim(txtCategoryID.Value) <> txtSearch.Value Then

           Call Cleardata

           LstResult.Selected(Rs.AbsolutePosition) = False

           MsgBox "The Record not found!"

        End If

    End If

  Else: MsgBox "Please enter what you want to find."

End If

 

                OR

 

If txtSearch.Value <> "" Then

    Rs.FindLast "CategoryID='" & txtSearch & "'"

    Call Display

    Selectlist (Rs.AbsolutePosition)

    If Rs.NoMatch = True Then

       Call Cleardata

       LstResult.Selected(Rs.AbsolutePosition) = False

       MsgBox "The record not found!"

    End If

  Else: MsgBox "Please enter what you want to find"

  End If

End Sub



Sub Cleardata()

' Clear data on form

  txtCategoryID.Value = ""

  txtCategoryName.Value = ""

End Sub

 

Sub PopListbox()

' Populate listbox
  LstResult.ColumnCount = 2

  LstResult.ColumnHeads = True

  LstResult.RowSourceType = "Table/Query"

  LstResult.RowSource = SqlText

End Sub

 

Sub Display()

' Display data on form
  txtCategoryID.Value = Rs(0)

  txtCategoryName.Value = Rs(1)

  selectlist (Rs.AbsolutePosition)

End Sub

 

Sub Selectlist(i As Integer)

' Scrollable list
  LstResult.SetFocus

  LstResult.ListIndex = 0

  LstResult.ListIndex = i

End Sub

 


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