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Outlook VBA Network file access problem

aidanm79aidanm79 Member Posts: 1
Hi Guys,

I have a problem running the following code when the file path is pointed at a mapped network drive location. It runs perfectly when pointed at my core drive but I have to run it over a network!! The code runs to this line and then exits without error!

oWB.Worksheets(strSheetName).Cells(theRow + 1, 2).Value = Mid(Item.Body, lLen + lRmsNo, 5)

I am using XP SP3 Outlook 2003 VBA 6.5 (nope, can't change this selection!)

Any ideas would be appreciated:

Sub SetRAMS(ByVal Item As Object)

Dim strPath As String
Dim strSheetName As String
Dim aRng As Range
Dim oExcel As Excel.Application
Dim oWB As Workbook
Dim xlSht As Excel.Worksheet
Dim myOlMItem As Outlook.MailItem
Dim strName As String
Dim lLen As Long
Dim lLenNxt As Long
Dim strRmNo As String
Dim strRmLoc As String
Dim strRmDet As String
Dim strTemp As String
Dim rngCell As Range
Dim rngTmp As Range

Dim lRmsNo As Long 'RAMS no offset
Dim lRmDes As Long 'RAMS description offset
Dim lRmLoc As Long 'RAMS physical location offset
Dim lLenTot As Long 'Body string total length

Dim theRow As Variant

lRmsNo = Len("New RAMS Request: R0")
lRmDes = Len("Details: ")
lRmLoc = Len("In Relation to: ")

strRmNo = "New RAMS Request: R0"
strRmDet = "Details: "
strRmLoc = "In Relation to: "

lLenTot = Len(Item.Body)

strSheetName = "Sheet1"

strPath = "G:WorksRAMS TEMP.xls"

Set oExcel = New Excel.Application

' On Error GoTo error_now:

Set oWB = oExcel.Workbooks.Open(strPath, 2, False)


theRow = oWB.Worksheets(strSheetName).Cells(1, 2).End(xlDown).Row

lLen = InStr(1, Item.Body, strRmNo, vbTextCompare)

oWB.Worksheets(strSheetName).Cells(theRow + 1, 2).Value = Mid(Item.Body, lLen + lRmsNo, 5)

lLen = InStr(1, Item.Body, strRmDet, vbTextCompare)
lLenNxt = (lLen - InStr(1, Item.Body, strRmLoc, vbTextCompare)) - lRmLoc
lLen = InStr(1, Item.Body, strRmLoc, vbTextCompare)

oWB.Worksheets(strSheetName).Cells(theRow + 1, 4).Value = Mid(Item.Body, lLen + lRmLoc, lLenNxt)

lLen = InStr(1, Item.Body, strRmDet, vbTextCompare)

oWB.Worksheets(strSheetName).Cells(theRow + 1, 3).Value = Mid(Item.Body, lLen + lRmDes, lLenTot - lLen)
oWB.Worksheets(strSheetName).Cells(theRow + 1, 1).RowHeight = 12


Set oExcel = Nothing
Set oWB = Nothing

Exit Sub

Thanks in advance


  • KungpaoshiziKungpaoshizi Member Posts: 1
    are you absolutely sure the file, when local, and works, is identical to the one on the network?

    why not copy the file to local right before manipulation?

    srry been awhile since my vba days.. heh
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