Discussion in 'Access Macros' started by alhotch, May 11, 2010.

  1. alhotch

    alhotch Guest

    Hiw do I set this variable in a macro using the function from API: Get Login
    name ?

    This function gets the ComputerName and I want to set a Temp Variable so I
    can refer to it in queries.
    alhotch, May 11, 2010
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  2. Alhotch,

    In a macro, just enter the SetTempVar action, in the Name argument enter
    whatever you want the name of the TempVar to me, and in the Expression
    argument, just enter like this:
    Steve Schapel, May 12, 2010
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  3. alhotch

    alhotch Guest

    Works as advertised, Steve. I had originally used a "sample" macro that
    demonstrated this capability. I was using:

    ComputerName - Macro Name
    SetTempVar - Action
    MyVar,fOSMachineName - Argument
    [TempVars]![MyVar]<>0 - Condition
    MsgBox - Action
    ="You entered " & [TempVars]![MyVar] & "." - Argument
    RemoveTempVar - Action
    MyVar - Argument

    This three line macro was giving me a "Type Mismatch" error. Removing the
    "<>0" part of the above [TempVars]![MyVar] Condition makes trhis macro work

    Thanks for your help. I was sure I had done it right but not being a VB
    programmer, I was doubting the fOSMachineName function.
    alhotch, May 12, 2010
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