Edited by Reverend Jim: fixed formatting
Hello, i would like to allow the user to press Retry button from msgbox only 3 times. I just don't succedd to do it, here is my code if anybody can help me?
Private Sub cmdValid_Click() Dim Response As Integer If txtPassword.Text = txtPassword.Tag Then MsgBox "You've passed security!", vbOKOnly + _ vbExclamation, "Access Granted" Else Response = MsgBox("Incorrect password", vbRetryCancel _ + vbCritical, "Access Denied") If Response = vbRetry Then txtPassword.SelStart = 0 txtPassword.SelLength = Len(txtPassword.Text) Else End End If End If txtPassword.SetFocus End Sub
Edited by Reverend Jim: fixed formatting
Try This :
Private Sub cmdValid_Click() If (txtPassword.Text <> txtPassword.Tag) Then If (varx <> 3) Then If MsgBox("Password Incorrect", vbRetryCancel) = vbRetry Then varx = varx + 1 Else MsgBox "Retry disabled" End If Else MsgBox "Login Successful" End If End Sub
Private Sub Form_Load() varx = 0 End Sub
And at last , don't forget to declare
varx at module level
so , In the module declare :
Public varx as Integer
hope this helps you.
DownVotes are not the right way to explain your problem .
If you have any problem then reply should be made in the form of new post. right ?.
DownVotes affects the reputation here.It doesn't mean that you should not give downvotes . you can give downvotes whenever it is required.But its not fair to you explain the problem using downvotes. right ?
its not helping me, cause after i retry wrong password, then it keeps letting me to retry how much i want
No, if you followed the instruction then it woun't let you enter the wrong password for more than three times.
I think you are getting problems due to not defining the
varx at module level.
And if , you don't want to allow a user to login if the user enters the wrong information for more than 3 times then put this in code window:
Dim varx As Integer Private Sub cmdValid_Click() If (txtpassword.Text <> txtpassword.Tag) Then If (varx <> 3) Then If MsgBox("Password Incorrect", vbRetryCancel) = vbRetry Then varx = varx + 1 Else cmdvalid.Enabled = False cmdvalid.Caption = "Not Allowed" End If Else MsgBox "Login Successful" End If End Sub Private Sub Form_Load() varx = 0 End Sub
Now you don't have to declare
varx at module level because we are declaring
General Decalaration Level
If still facing some problem Then don't forget to explain your problem clearly.
At the top of line below puclic class form1:
Dim retry As Integer
Private Sub cmdValid_Click()
If (txtpassword.Text = txtpassword.Tag) Then message.show("Login Access") Else If (retry >= 3) Then If MsgBox("Password Incorrect", vbRetryCancel) = vbRetry Then retry = retry + 1 Else cmdvalid.Enabled = False cmdvalid.Caption = "Acess Denied" End If End If
Private Sub Form_Load()
retry = 0
Here I declare the the retry as integer (you can set your own)
but at the top so that I don't need to type Dim retry as integer again...
you can do like this too:
dim i as integer if (txtpass.text = txtpass.tag) then message.show("correc pass") Else if retry >= 3 then message.show("incorrect pass" & vbnewline & "No more retry. Sorry") cmdvalid.enabled = false 'main as this will not let the user to click as we disabled valid button Else retry = retry + 1 Message.show("Type the pass again." & vbnewline & "trial: " & retry &"/3") End if End if
retry = 0 me.refresh()
thank you guys (rishif2 and Deep Modi)
both have gaved me what i needed, and sorry Risif for downvote your comment, its my mistake, i thought that you'll not be able to see what i write, that it did not helped me your code, my bad once again. And thanks again
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