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1/1/2007
Microsoft Access 220
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Advanced Query Techniques, Part 1 of 4. Sales Log Query, Calculated Fields in Queries, Totals in Form Footers, Join Types (Inner & Outer), Cascade Deletes

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Course Link: Microsoft Access 220
Keywords: access join query
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Where Condition Comment from Will @ 12/6/2012
Hi Richard,

i forget how to do a double where condition when opening a form.

docmd.openform "CustomerT", , , "ID = " & "Forms!TutorT!ID"

how do i add on another condition like first name.


Reply from Richard Rost:

Well, if you're using an ID, then you wouldn't need a second condition because that's pretty specific. However you might sometimes want:

Docmd.Openform "CustomerF",,,"FirstName=Joe AND LastName=Smith"

And of course if those are fields or variables, you'd need to say:

Docmd.Openform "CustomerF",,,"FirstName="""& FN & """ AND LastName=""" & LN & """"

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tables have repetitive data Comment from Roderick Barbour @ 12/2/2012
Richard, I am sure that you have answered this question somewhere along the way, but at Time Index 9:10-10:03 after you do the inner join and the left outer join all the tables have repetitive data. Why is that? Thanks in advance.


Reply from Richard Rost:

It's been several YEARS since I recorded this video... but either (a) the answer is coming, or (b) I just copied extra data for illustration purposes. If I don't answer the question soon (in the videos) let me know and I'll rewatch it.
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Balloon Comment from E @ 8/26/2012
No problem. Just thought I'd point it out in case you reshoot this clip.
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Balloon Comment from  E @ 8/24/2012
6:30
FYI: Balloon has 2 ls in it.


Reply from Richard Rost:

You are absolutely correct. Sometimes I get so into the database part of the class that I forget my simple spelling. :)
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Access 220 video 4 installing button Comment from Patrick H @ 6/17/2012
Thanks Richard,
Here is the code that comes up when I try and open the Customer form

Dim stLinkCriteria As String

    stDocName = "StudentF"
    
    stLinkCriteria = "[CustomerID]=" & Me![CustomerID]
    DoCmd.OpenForm stDocName, , , stLinkCriteria

Exit_GoToStudentButton_Click:
    Exit Sub

Err_GoToStudentButton_Click:
    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume Exit_GoToStudentButton_Click
    
End Sub
Private Sub ShowSalesButton_Click()
On Error GoTo Err_ShowSalesButton_Click

    Dim stDocName As String
    Dim stLinkCriteria As String

    stDocName = "SalesLogF"
    
    stLinkCriteria = "[CustomerID]=" & Me![CustomerID]
    DoCmd.OpenForm stDocName, , , stLinkCriteria

Exit_ShowSalesButton_Click:
    Exit Sub

Err_ShowSalesButton_Click:
    MsgBox Err.Description
    Resume Exit_ShowSalesButton_Click
    
End Sub



Reply from Richard Rost:

OK, your button code looks fine. Where's your OnCurrent event?
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Comment from  Patrick Hoffmann @ 6/17/2012
Access 220 4th video "Sales Log Form" - I just installed the button on my customer form to open the sales log form and when I saved it and tried the button I got the following error message "The expression On Current you entered as the event property setting produced the following error:
Ambiguous name detected: ShowSalesButton_Click". I have no idea how to go about fixing this would so very appreciate any and all help.
Thanks
Pat


Reply from Richard Rost:

Let's see all of your code. That could mean that you have TWO subs called ShowSalesButton_Click, or you don't have any and it can't find one. Check for a duplicate first.
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Comment from Estelita Oledan @ 5/8/2012
0:36 Im using Access 2007 I cannot see Queries on the available field list..can you help me out thanks
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Comment from Tiffany Parker @ 1/25/2011
At marker 03:28 you are able to click on the plus sign in CustomerT and see all of the sales transactions from SalesLogT for each customer, I'm unable to do that with Access 2007. When I select the plus sign a new window opens called 'Insert Subdatasheet'. Do you have suggestions on what I must do to obtain the sales transactions per customer?


Reply from Richard Rost:

You must have a GLOBAL RELATIONSHIP set up for this to work at the table level.
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Comment from Doris  Taijeron @ 9/2/2010
Richard,

I have a query with a field "NoOfDaysToComplete. I want an average of number of days to complete. Can you give me tips on how to acheive this? I tried the Group funtion but I'm not getting an average.  Thanks
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Comment from Hassan  Ali @ 8/7/2010
Hi

Iis it possible to have a primary key which is automatically generated but set the way I want it. For e.g. A1023, A1024, A1-25 etc.


Reply from Richard Rost:

You can use VBA programming to construct your own counter, yes. See this tutorial. Once you have the number, you can add anything else you want to it, like the customer's last name, or first initial. It's up to you.
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Comment from Mubeezi Micah @ 5/6/2010
Dear Richard,

Looking at this video at 9:33minutes, i dont understand why you opt to use the round off function in a querry instead of the "decimal places" just below the format property in the open dialog box (field properties).

Is there a specific reason? I have to admit i did not know the round off function before. I had opportunity to learn it in this 220 video however i was curious that that there could be a reason that you perhaps did not mention.

Please let me know. Thank you!

MICAH


Reply from Richard Rost:

Both work just fine. I guess my way goes back to my old Visual Basic programming days where we HAD to use the Round() function in code... we couldn't rely on the decimal property for our text boxes. I probably should have mentioned that in the video. :)
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Comment from Greg Paradise @ 2/25/2009
I'm glad to see you use a different color background:0  Dark grey is cool...almost black.
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