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Leo Rivera 
11 days ago
I am desperate.  I am using new version of Access 2019 I did a query and inside the query I create a field that calculate dates example OpenDate + 90 this bring me a date and that is perfect.  The problem is that if I try to do , = or  or I try to do a sort inside the query when I click run a windows asking for Enter Parameter Value and I do not obtain what I want. Please help!
Leo Rivera
11 days ago
I did this kind of operation on previous access version I have no troubles at all.
Richard Rost
11 days ago
Interesting. Post the SQL.
Leo Rivera
10 days ago
Richard please help me I am stuck with this. Can I send you an screen shot so you can see what happen?
Leo Rivera
10 days ago
Disregard the previous one.

SELECT SARs.MemberID, Members.CustName, SARs.Continuing, SARs.Analyst, SARs.Comments, [FillingDate]+([Continuing]*90) AS Next90Day, [Next90Day]+30 AS ContinuingDate, [AcctOpenDate]+30 AS FillingDate, Round(([ContinuingDate]-Date())) AS DaysCount
FROM SARs INNER JOIN Members ON SARs.MemberID = Members.MemberID
WHERE (((Round(([ContinuingDate]-Date())))30) AND ((SARs.NotFiled)=False) AND ((SARs.SARFiled)=False));
Richard Rost
9 days ago
First, you can upload screen shots. See the Upload Images link at the top of the thread (on the right?)

Second, your SQL looks fine to me, aside from you're MULTIPLYING by 90 days instead of adding. What does it return?
Leo Rivera
9 days ago

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Alex Hedley
9 days ago
You can't use a calculated field in the same query, it's too complex.
Save the Query with ContinuingDate first, then create a new Query based off the first and add those extra fields
Richard Rost
9 days ago
Yep. Exactly what Alex said. Your query is too complex. You'll have to create nested queries. Or don't rely on that value, redo the math again in the next column.
Leo Rivera
8 days ago
Richard what video do you talk about nested queries?
Leo Rivera
8 days ago
Hi another question! My boss is asking me to change the alignment of the data on the Query it this posible?  I pressing the alignment ribbons but don't works.
Richard Rost
7 days ago
Hi Leo. I don't really have one lesson on nested queries. I've done it a bunch of times throughout my lessons though. It's basically making one query with calculations and then saving it. Now make a second query that pulls from those results. You do this when you run into the problem you're experiencing. Another one of my members actually asked a question about this a little while back, so it's in the TechHelp queue. Video coming soon.

No, you cannot change the alignment of fields in a QUERY. That's what FORMS are for.
Leo Rivera
7 days ago
Ok thanks for everything I solved the problem of the original query.
Leo Rivera
5 days ago
Richard please help me.  I did split my data base therefore I have my tables in a separate file. Now I need to create a new table but I have no idea to added to the front end file.  Pleas help.
Richard Rost
5 days ago
Use the Linked Table Manager.
Leo Rivera
5 days ago
How to un split can I put back the database as how was before? Is that explained in this link you sent me?
Alex Hedley
5 days ago
Did you use the Access Split Database Seminar?

You can just copy the objects from the BE back into the FE.
Question is why?
Richard Rost
5 days ago
Yeah, just delete the links to the tables you've got and IMPORT the tables from the BE file.
Richard Rost
5 days ago
This is all covered in Access Expert 21.
Leo Rivera
5 days ago
Richard please help me! How can I set a parameter in a query using ,greater than or less than and so on.  I am tiring this but don't works "less than[Enter days]" Note I have to write in letter since did not appear when I summitted.
Richard Rost
4 days ago
Yeah, my site strips out < and > to prevent HTML from being added. When you type in a parameter value like that in a query, it's treated like TEXT, so you need to convert it to a number value:

< CLng([Enter Number of Days])

That should do it.
Richard Rost
4 days ago
Someone else asked the same question recently in the TechHelp queue. It's in the list for a video.
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