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Anthony P Mitchell 
13 months ago
Richard, please advise, I have been building a Genealogy Database following your Genealogy seminar. I have an issue which no matter what I do cannot sort out. I have a table with relationships to me for each person. I then built a query that also incorporated the location of the person. I then built a Report that when run shows me the persons full name, ID, the country/county he or she comes from and the relationship to me. The first time the report worked well, then I updated the table and ran the report but the new people did not show in the report. I checked my Property sheets for items to be checked in all my associated tables but do not recognise any issues! I know I have missed some thing but not sure what? please advise, thank you.
Alex Hedley
13 months ago
Does the Query that feeds the Report show data if you open that?
Does it have a Query Criteria that is based on a Form that needs to be open at the same time?
Anthony P Mitchell
13 months ago
Hello Alex, to answer your questions;

Does the Query that feeds the Report show data if you open that?
Yes, it shows data, but the data shown is the data prior to the update. I update the table, run the query to show the new information and the new information is not there, only the old data when I made the table first.

Does it have a Query Criteria that is based on a Form that needs to be open at the same time?
Sorry I do not understand your question. I have a form associated with the Query but it shows only the data prior to the update.
Kevin Robertson
13 months ago
Anthony. Sounds like you may need to change the Join Type in you Query.
Richard Rost
13 months ago
This is something that's impossible to fix without seeing the database. Do these missing people show up in a query?

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