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Jim Baldner 
3 months ago
Hello folks, I'm looking for sum "some" assistance with the following, pictures to follow.

I have a main form "VendorActive" with three seperate subforms each displayed as continuos, "subTicket", subTicketDetail", and "subService".  The three subs are independent of each other. I have specifically chosen not to nest the subforms in a hierarchy within the main form. the subs are linked to the main.

I can enter a new ticket, no issues there.  The details form is populated by double-clicking on a record in the services form. This all works fine..

What I'm looking to do, is hide the service on the subService form once it has been assign to the subDetail form.  In my case, no Vendor Ticket lists the same Service more than once.  For speed of entry and accuracy, I would like the available service limited to items not yet entered into the Details of each Ticket.  Many moons ago I accomplished this in a database I no longer have access to. My project is in limbo and would gladly reimburse someone for their timely help.  

I know only enough about SQL to render myself "dangerous"

Thx in advance
Jim Baldner
3 months ago

Jim Baldner
3 months ago

Jim Baldner
3 months ago

Richard Rost
3 months ago
So you're saying that you want to start with a COMPLETE list of services over to the right, and you want to pick one and have it added to the details subform on the left which means it's then assigned to that ticket? Then once it's assigned it disappears from the list on the right? Do I understand you correctly?
Jim Baldner
3 months ago
Thx for your reply Richard,

Absolutely, one other tidbit is that currently, the service list is filtered by vendorActiveID, ensuring the list is only populated with services associated with each particular vendor.  
Richard Rost
3 months ago
Since you're a Gold Member, I'll put together a simplified version of this as a TechHelp video, since I haven't done anything like this before. However, if you want one of my Developers to actually build it into YOUR database, then I'll leave that up to them. :)
Jim Baldner
3 months ago
Voila - Filtered the "Services" form using NOT with the IN Condition...
Case closed... :)
Richard Rost
3 months ago
There you go. See, doesn't it feel great to figure out the solution yourself?
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