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Runtime Error 3061Run-time error '3061'. Too few parameters. Expected 1? Access 2010 up vote 1 down vote favorite I have researched all the STACKOVERFLOW questions on this but cannot make it work. I have a simple table: And a form: I want to extract the fields from the table T:ActityRoster and the “Activity Date” from the form and “add” them to a table T:ActivityHistory. A STACKOVERFLOW runtime error 3061 expected 3 expert helped me with some code, but it won’t even set the first recordset:rsIn Dim ActID As Integer, actDate As Date, val1 As Long, val2 As Long, val3 As Boolean, val4 As Currency Dim db As Database, rsIn As Recordset, rsOut As Recordset Dim strSQL As String Set db = CurrentDb ActID = Me.cboActivityName.Column(0) strSQL = "SELECT * FROM T:ActivityRoster WHERE [ActivityID] = ActID" Debug.Print strSQL Set rsIn = db.OpenRecordset(strSQL, dbOpenDynaset, dbReadOnly) rsIn.MoveLast Set rsOut = db.OpenRecordset("T:AttendanceHistory", dbOpenDynaset, dbEditAdd) rsOut.MoveLast actDate = Me.ActivityDate.Value ' retrive the date from the form With rsIn .MoveFirst Do val1 = !ActivityID val2 = !MemberID val3 = !Attended val4 = !AmtSpent With rsOut .AddNew !ActivityDate = actDate !ActivityID = val1 !MemberID = val2 !Attended = val3 !AmtSpent = val4 .Update End With .MoveNext Loop Until .EOF .Close End With rsOut.Close Set rsIn = Nothing Set rsOut = Nothing Set db = Nothing End Sub I have verified that all field names are correct and are consistent data types. When I put the query back into Access, it gives what is expected. ms-access access-vba ms-access-2010 share|improve this question edited Apr 21 '15 at 17:18 HansUp
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