Using Table Field In Like Function
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Field Name Field Contents
Fields: Product_ID = 68500
Fields: Products_Function = fp([some date from another table], 1)
So when I use the [Products_Function] field in a query it just returns the text contents. I want it to run the function.
MS Access 2003 SP
Table A has 3 fields and I want to query Table B based criteria in Table A, field 2 and 3. SQL as follows
SELECT [Table A].[Field 2], [Table B].[Field 2], Sum([Table B].[Field 2]) AS [SumOfField 2]
FROM [Table A] INNER JOIN [Table B] ON [Table A].[Field 1] = [Table B].[Field 1]
GROUP BY [Table A].[Field 2];
I keep getting the error "You tried to execute a query that does not include the specified expression <Table B Field 2> as part of an aggregate function. (Error
I am working on a database that with one main table, and several form which have record sets using this table (bound). but there is one rather large problem: The table of records they want to search through has over 130 fields (I know, the DB itself was built before I began trying to improveit) When searching for a record, the only applicable field used is [Address], though the preconstructed Access search feature looks through the whole table.which takes a long time with 130fields X 50,000 records.
Can I build a function that searches through only the Address field in the bound table?
Have a Make table query and don't seem to have correct coding that calls a function and places funtion result into specified table field
VBA coding (simplified):
private function Create_Week_Num () Week_Num as String
The VBA coding is in a lib named: Work1 Module1
When trying to assign this function as the default value to a field in a table in the same db, Access does not recognize the function.
However in a query or in a form I can reference and call the function without any problem.
I would call the function as in this example:
MyFunction("fieldname","tblTableName","criteria1 = 5 and criteria2 = 45")
It would be nice if it accepted numeric as well as strings in the criteria
- Loop through all fields in a table (use tabledef) (use any table tablename should be a parameter for the function)
- There needs to be a timestamp-field which is set on some records and not on others
- For each textfield (only textfields ignore all others!) check if there are new values (compared between the ones with time-stamp and without ) without time stamp will be first default entry and with time stamps will be updated entry
- If there are new values add the name of the field and the new values to a log-table
- After looping through all textfields and putting the name of the field and the values into the log-table export the log table to Excel and show it in Excel. (alternatively you can log directly to Excel)
The end result in Excel should look something like this:
I have created a form with an unbound text box (txtSearch) and linked that to the Item Title field in my subform from my table (t_Marketing List).
I can't seem to get it to function properly. Is there any way to get this search box to function as I had hoped? (similar to the ctrl+f or like a google search)
The content of field#1 is a pick-list lookup from a separate table. The other table also holds the look-up list I want to use to populate field#2. The relationship between fileds 1 & 2 is direct. Sounds simple ? It's driving me nuts.
I've tried using DLookup and I'm stuggling.
Can it be done using DLookup or another Built-in function or do I need more complex code.
Can anyone tell me what the syntax for the Dlookup function in the above scenario would be . and where should I put it ? "on click" "after update
Can anyone help me, possibly by posting a sample database with the module and a table that has a default value based upon calling the function? I think from that I'd be able to make it work in my own database.