Removing a lookup field from a table
I want to print a report that lists employees down the left and shows their posted positions under the relevant "type."
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For instance say I have a table that consists of three fields, A, B and C as below.
A B C
1 2 3
1 1 1
1 2 2
Now, say I create a new table with fields called X and Y, as below.
What I want to know is this:
If I make the X field in Table 2 a lookup of the B field in Table 1, how can I make the lookup return only the unique records in this field?
(I.e. The lookup in the X field of Table 2 would only show (2,1) and not (2,1,2).
From the fields that are lookups in the source, I end up with a number in that field in the target table, instead of text (I need text)
I've tried making that field in the target table a lookup field also, pointing to the same lookup table, but the query responds with an error about an INSERT INTO query cannot contain a multi-valued field. But I would really rather have text anyway.
How do I query text from a lookup field instead of the numerical value?
Basically, I'm looking to create a table that holds event information. One of the fields I've successfully included is a Lookup function to pull info from a contacts table. This table also has statistics in it.
What I'd like to do on the events table is lookup a contact name in one field, and then in another field within the events table, pull over the relevant statistics based on my selection.
Now, I've been able to get the lookup to pull across of this already, but as far as I can tell, you're only able have one column displayed (bound) in the lookup - is this right?
If you've any suggestions I'
When the user clicks Save and Next I need to save the form and then update a 3rd table with many values from the form. The issue I'm having is the syntax error when trying to insertthe data from the lookup field into another table (whose same column is the exact same lookup)
What it is expecting is the ID from that lookup field's table. I tested this by placing a random number (e.g. 22) and it will place the text in the table for that value.
I have found many resources online with examples of different databases and in one I am going through right now, there is one that has a People table (for both people and companies) and a Type table.
The Type table categorizes the type of relationship between the person/company in the People table and (presumably) the user/company keeping the database (relationships such as: Friend, Family, Professional, Auto, Hospital, Art Supply, etc).
**In the description for the Types table, there is a statement that says "The Types table is commonly referred to as a lookup table."**
My question is this: Is a Lookup Field the same thing as a lookup table, as described?
This article explains what a lookup column is and how to create one.
In this article
* What is a lookup column?
* Create a lookup column in Datasheet view
* Create a lookup column by using the Field List pane
* Create a lookup column in Design view
* Understanding the bound value and the display value in a lookup column
* Introducing the Lookup field properties
* Using the Lookup Wizard
* Change a lookup column
* Change a field to a lookup column
This article explains what a multivalued lookup column is and how to add one to a table. The article also explains how to convert an existing column to a multivalued lookup column.
In this article:
* What is a multivalued lookup column?
* Create a multivalued lookup column in Datasheet view
* Create a multivalued lookup column by using the Field List pane
* Create a multivalued lookup column in Design view
* Using the Lookup Wizard to create multivalued lookup columns
* Understanding the bound value and the display value in a multivalued lookup column
* Introducing the Lookup field properties
* Change the design of a lookup column for a multivalued field
The Person table has 3 fields: PersonID (Primary Key; Number data type), LastName, and FirstName.
The SELECT statement above is a modification of the one that the Lookup Wizard generated, and causes both the LastName and FirstName fields to be displayed as one temporary field, and (ideally) be associated with the PersonID.
when I select the suburb in the lookup field I need the table to automatically update the postcode and state field from the lookup table - like a vlookup function in excel