The following code works but my instinct tells me this is not good coding and might cause me issues later, any suggestions? If it helps define. Command button for application follow hyperlink in Access: Hello, I have a simple database that I am trying to use to learn. It has 1 table. Hyperlink Method (Access). The FollowHyperlink method opens the document or Web page specified by a hyperlink address.
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Yes, indeed, works like a charm for Wal Mart, not so much for Amazon. Did you try opening the page using Shell Function?
As mentioned in my original post, I wondered if anyone had found a fix for followhyperlink but I am not precious about that so long as I have a solution for now. I am going to go with launchURI for now. A string that specifies header information.
He is also a: A String or byte array that specifies additional information for HTTP to use to resolve the hyperlink. This does not happen outside of MS Access – double-clicking. DanielPineault View Member Profile. When the FollowHyperlink is used on a button it does not.
Underneath it all, although this code gives more control, it is still using the followhyperlink method – and that is what is now exhibiting this new problem under Windows 10 it seems. The below example opens a browser and go to website.
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Thanks for your suggestion BruceM, I have not tested that but expect it will also do the trick. You can use the Follow method to follow a hyperlink associated with a control. For example, this argument may be used to specify a search parameter for an.
Hyperlinks: warnings, special characters, errors
The default is a zero-length string ” “. A string or an array of Byte data that specifies additional information for navigating to a hyperlink. That said, I agree it would be good if there was a built in way of doing this, but I expect Microsoft has more or less decided that FollowHyperlink is the way to go, so they did not include a built in option.
I’m fairly certain login credentials are the issue but I’ve followhyperlinl idea how to go about making this work. A Boolean value where True? You may also leave feedback directly on GitHub.
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Login Login with facebook. Glad to be of help! My database is followhyperlink for ecommerce holding data for Creating and updating products online to the likes of Wal Mart and Amazon etc. By using the FollowHyperlink method, you can follow a hyperlink that doesn’t exist in a control.