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Two Datamatrix Barcodes in MS Access 2010 on a single report when occasionally one of the fields may be Null?

To whom it may concern;

I am installing a the MS Access Native Generator with the Datamatrix barcode onto a exisitng database that was created with MS Office 2010. It is working well with single barcodes and I can get it to print with two seperate barcodes matching two different fields. The troulbe I am having is when one of the fields isNull in the database. I need it to print the report and produce a barcode even if one of the database fields is null. I have read the and attempted to complete a If/than/Else statement in VBA, however, thisresults with both barcodes failing. I am sure it is something I am missing in the If/than/Else statement (See Below) Any asisstance you can provide will be greatly appriciated.

Private Sub Detail_Print(Cancel As Integer, PrintCount As Integer)
If Len(Text58) > 0 Then
result= IDAutomation_NatG_Datamatrix (Text58, Me)
ElseIf Len (Text60) >0 Then
result= ID Automation_NatG_Datamatrix (Text60, Me)
Else
result= ""
Exit Sub
End If
End Sub

Thanks,

Eddie



Operating System: Windows 7 (Govt Version)

Application: MS Office 2010

10-07-15     776 day(s) ago     Views: 815

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The code in the Native Generator for Access works in another example that I tested. However, I could not quite produce issues with your database. However, there are some errors but I do not believe the errors are specifically related to the code.




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Are you receiving an error message? If so, what is it?



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