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Walter Hamilton 
2 months ago
I'm trying to add several form footer totals based off the field [Total Value].  The issue is I need it reference the field [Stage_ID].  I need a form footer total for each of five stages with the Stage_ID of 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5.

I've attempted DSum, DLookup and IIf.
Adam Schwanz
2 months ago
So your saying you need the total value when it's marked stage ID 1, stage ID 2 etc? I would think DSUM would work for that

What expression did you try?
DSUM("[Total Value]","TableName","Stage_ID=1")

Can you upload an image to make sure I understand what you're asking? You can push the upload images button on the top right of your post.
Walter Hamilton
2 months ago

Walter Hamilton
2 months ago
Adam -

DSum works when I'm referencing tbl_Tasks.  I need the sum to update according to what is displayed on the form.  I'll be filtering it by Directorate with a combo box.  I'll upload an image of the Opportunity Dashboard.  Bottom Line.  I want the "Un-Weighted" text boxes at the top of the form to update according to what is displayed in the subform as it is filtered by the selection in the Directorate combo box.  The Un-Weighted text boxes currently work using DSum but they don't update as the subform is filtered.
Walter Hamilton
2 months ago

Adam Schwanz
2 months ago
So what happens if you change the control source in those stage total fields to change in an after update event of your filters? So if you filter the page to only show say ContactID=1 you change the control source in those fields to DSUM("[Total Value]","TableName","StageID=1 AND ContactID=1"

I'm sure you can do this a lot more elegantly with a function than having to hardcode all the fields.
Alex Hedley
2 months ago
If you're doing a DSUM or SUM or DLOOKUP in the Detail section you'll need to also add the Criteria there, where as if the Detail section is filtered the Footer values will also filter since it�s based on the current recordset
Walter Hamilton
2 months ago
Adam -

The expression I'm currently using for Stage 0 Unweighted is:

=Format(Nz(DSum("[Total Value]","[tbl_Tasks]","[Stage_ID]=1"),0),"Currency")

SO what you're saying is I need to change the Where criteria to something like:

"Stage_ID]=1 AND [Directorate_ID] = [Directorate_ID]")

The Combo Box on the form is named: Directorate_ID
Adam Schwanz
2 months ago
Well, that's about as simple as it gets. I didn't think that worked with filters for some reason but it appears to.
Richard Rost
2 months ago
Base your form on a query. In that query, add a calculated field.

SumTotalValue: IIF(StageID=1 OR StageID=2 OR StageID=3, TotalValue, 0)

Then just SUM up the TV in the footer. No need for DSUM, although that would work too, albeit slower.
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