Sabtu, 06 Desember 2014

RE: [ExcelVBA] Help required for a difficult macro

 

Ayaz, can you see if this is what you are looking for? 

 

Option Explicit

Sub Get_Quantity()

' This subroutine will go through the list of items in the Result Sheet

' It will find items that do not have a quantity and get the quantity from Sheet1

' If the quantity in DI# does not match the quantity in Qty it will mark the cell in red

'

'

'Assign the sheet names to a variable so that if the sheet names change, it will only have to be

'  changed once in the code.

Dim ResultsSheet As String, SearchSheet As String

ResultsSheet = "Result Sheet"

SearchSheet = "Sheet1"

 

'Variable Used

Dim ResultsRowCount As Single, SearchRowCount As Single, ResultsSheetTotalRowCount As Single, _

    SearchSheetTotalRowCount As Single, DIValue As Single

Dim strResultsEDINumber As String, strResultsDINumber As String, strResultsQty As String

Dim strSearchEDINumber As String, strSearchQty As String

Dim strResultsCurrentRow As String, strSearchCurrentRow As String

 

ResultsSheetTotalRowCount = Sheets(ResultsSheet).UsedRange.Rows.Count

SearchSheetTotalRowCount = Sheets(SearchSheet).UsedRange.Rows.Count

   

For ResultsRowCount = 2 To ResultsSheetTotalRowCount

    'Convert the counter to a string

    strResultsCurrentRow = LTrim(Str(ResultsRowCount))

    strResultsDINumber = Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1

    strResultsEDINumber = Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("C" & strResultsCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1

    strResultsQty = Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("D" & strResultsCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1

    'Get the numeric value of the DI entry. This is done to skip any that have a numeric value

    DIValue = Val(strResultsDINumber)

    If DIValue = 0 Then

        For SearchRowCount = 2 To SearchSheetTotalRowCount

            strSearchCurrentRow = LTrim(Str(SearchRowCount))

            strSearchEDINumber = Sheets(SearchSheet).Range("B" & strSearchCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1

            strSearchQty = Sheets(SearchSheet).Range("C" & strSearchCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1

            If strResultsEDINumber = strSearchEDINumber Then

                Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1 = strSearchQty

                'Exit the For loop because there is no need to continue after the entry is found

            

            End If

        Next

    End If

    'Get the current DI value because it may have changed

    strResultsDINumber = Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).FormulaR1C1

    'If the DI value MATCHES the quantity then do NOT color the cell.

    If strResultsDINumber = strResultsQty Then

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.Pattern = xlNone

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.TintAndShade = 0

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.PatternTintAndShade = 0

    Else

        ' If the DI does NOT MATCH the quantity then color the cell red.

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.Pattern = xlSolid

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.PatternColorIndex = xlAutomatic

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.Color = 255

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.TintAndShade = 0

        Sheets(ResultsSheet).Range("B" & strResultsCurrentRow).Interior.PatternTintAndShade = 0

    End If

   

Next

 

End Sub

 

 

Tim

 

From: ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com [mailto:ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: Friday, December 05, 2014 11:36 PM
To: ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [ExcelVBA] Help required for a difficult macro

 

 

Dave thanks for your reply , but let me explain you more about this data, actually sheet1 is source data which is distributing/copying data in result sheet as per given Qty  of result sheet in col D like as you mentioned that  ("(1) A1545 has quantity 10 in Sheet 1, but only 1 in the result sheet.") this is because  in result sheet the Qty in D col requirement is 1 and this is logic i want to communicate.

 

(2) B6789 has one entry in Sheet 1) sorry it is wrong entry.

 

Sir, i can explain you more in case of any confusion.

 

 

Sheet1

ID

EDI #

Qty

A11

A1245

2

A11

A1345

1

A11

A1545

10

A16

B4567

3

A16

B6789

30

 

Result Sheet

ID

DI#

EDI #

Qty

A11

-

A1245

2

A11

-

A1345

1

A11

-

A1545

1

A12

2345

1

A13

3245

1

A16

-

B4567

3

A16

-

B6789

2

 

On Saturday, December 6, 2014 4:05 AM, "'David Smart' smartware.consulting@gmail.com [ExcelVBA]" <ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 

 



Sorry, I can't see how you go from your Sheet1 to your result sheet.

 

(1) A1545 has quantity 10 in Sheet 1, but only 1 in the result sheet.

 

(2) B6789 has one entry in Sheet 1, but two entries in the result sheet.  Also, however, the quantity 30 has become quantity 2 and quantity 1 - what about the other 27?

 

Please explain how Sheet 1 transforms into the entries in the result sheet, with particular emphasis on the ones that don't have the same quantity, and on the ones that have more than one entry in the result sheet.


Regards, Dave S
 

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, December 06, 2014 6:44 AM

Subject: [ExcelVBA] Help required for a difficult macro

 

I need a macro for my result sheet , let me explain you that i have sheet1 and there are 3 fields from col a to c and i need a macro for result sheet which matches ID number from result sheet col a (where DI# is blank in col b) with sheet1 col a and copy/distribute b col value from sheet1 to result sheet in col c which must be equal d col value , ok please see below example in red highlighted font cells as a macro result.

Sheet1

ID

EDI #

Qty

A11

A1245

2

A11

A1345

1

A11

A1545

10

A16

B4567

3

A16

B6789

30

 

Result Sheet

ID

DI#

EDI #

Qty

A11

-

A1245

2

A11

-

A1345

1

A11

-

A1545

1

A12

2345

1

A13

3245

1

A16

-

B4567

3

A16

-

B6789

2

A16

-

B6789

1

 

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