Is it possible to choose a runnig number as a column header for a crosstab query header as at the moment I am using the date as below. I would like the column headers to be for example col1 ,col2 ,col3 ,col4 etc is it possible to give access an array or varible to use?
TRANSFORM Sum(LaborDB.Hours) AS SumOfHours
SELECT LaborDB.ProjID, Sum(LaborDB.Hours) AS T-Hours
WHERE (((LaborDB.LogID)=166) AND ((LaborDB.Date) Between #13/06/2005# And #15/06/2005#))
GROUP BY LaborDB.ProjID
PIVOT Format([Date],"Short Date");
I have constructed a crosstab query in order to populate a stacked column chart.
Everything is fine except the crosstab query seems to contain an extra blank column with the header <>. This is therefore appearing in the chart when I don't want it to.
As the crosstab query is itself based on a select query I think the <> column is a reference to a blank row in the select query.
The blank row in the select query is itself the "new record" row from the underlying table.
Whether significant or not one of the data types is an autonumber.
To solve my problem I think I need to find a criteria to use in the select query that would exclude the new record row. I've tried to use the autonumber field but various "is null" "is not null" <>"" statements don't seem to work.
I basically want to include all populated rows but exclude the blank "new record" row.
I have created a cross tab query that contains a row heading for Entity and Total Cases. I would like to have a percentage of the Case Total for Each Category as well as the count for each category. It works fine for just the counts and here is the sql behind it:
TRANSFORM Count(CASEDATA.CASESTATUS) AS CountOfCASESTATUS SELECT IUIDCODES.CODEDESCRIPTION, Count(CASEDATA.CASETYPECODE) AS CountOfCASETYPECODE FROM (CASEDATA INNER JOIN CASESTATUSCODES ON CASEDATA.CASESTATUS = CASESTATUSCODES.CODEID) INNER JOIN IUIDCODES ON CASEDATA.IUID = IUIDCODES.CODEID WHERE (((CASEDATA.CASETYPECODE)=63) AND ((CASEDATA.FYSTATUS)=6 Or (CASEDATA.FYSTATUS)=7 Or (CASEDATA.FYSTATUS)=8)) GROUP BY IUIDCODES.CODEDESCRIPTION PIVOT CASESTATUSCODES.CODEDESCRIPTION;
I need to add a column to a crosstab query that counts all of the occurrences of "P" in a particular row in the crosstab query. Basically "P" stands for "Present" and I need to know how many days each employee was present for his/her shift. The SQL for the crosstab query is as follows:
PARAMETERS [Forms]![frmDashboardReports]![txtStartDateAndTime] DateTime, [Forms]![frmDashboardReports]![txtEndDateAndTime] DateTime; TRANSFORM First(tblAttendance.AttendanceCode) AS FirstOfAttendanceCode SELECT tblAttendance.EmployeeName FROM tblAttendance WHERE (((tblAttendance.AttendanceDate)>=[Forms]![frmDashboardReports]![txtStartDateAndTime] And (tblAttendance.AttendanceDate)<=[Forms]![frmDashboardReports]![txtEndDateAndTime])) GROUP BY tblAttendance.EmployeeName PIVOT Format([AttendanceDate],"Short Date");
This returns an "AttendanceCode" against each employee against each day in the specified time period. I just need to be able to "sum" those codes in a column.
Does anyone know how to sort subform records by clicking column headers. I know there is one way by select column and click A->Z button from toolbar. Is there other way to do so? I know there are same kind of posting, but they couldn't solve my problem.
I am attempting to create my first crosstab query in design view. Adding a simple row and column header and one value, I always get the error message 'Too many crosstab column headers (454)'. What am I doing wrong? Here is the SQL:
TRANSFORM Sum(Forecast.QTY) AS SumOfQTY SELECT Forecast.HECI FROM Forecast GROUP BY Forecast.HECI PIVOT Forecast.QTY;
I have a Graph that uses a crosstab query to generate the data. Its only a simple query. One of the fields is project type, but in the query this changes to a number instead of text? I would like to have this as text but don't know how to go about it. I have searched forums and tried Allen Browne's suggestion on specifying column headings but no luck.
I have attached the initial query and the crosstab query in the screen shot as well as the graph. My aim is to get the project names in the legend, instead of 1, 2 as shown.
Not sure if there is a quick answer but I am trying to complete a crosstab query that references a lookup table. I cannot remove the lookup tables because the database was designed by a consultant. The lookup table is referenced as the column heading. The query works fine until I change the column headings in the properties box - it returns the column headings but there are no values. Am I doing something simple wrong or is it having troubles because it is a lookup table for column headings.
I am trying to run a simple update query to copy data from one column (Addrl1)to another column (Working_Addrl1) within the same file and I can't for the life of me figure it out. Then I need to repeat for addrl2 and addrl3 to working_addrl2 and working_addrl3.
I have created a cross tab to extract pipeline and sales for Q1 2014, Q2 2014, Q3 2014 & Q4 2014... the user can select the quater from a multivalued text box...
Now for the final output, have created another query which pull the above four quarter in each column from the cross tab...now the problem arises when i change the quarter to Q2 2014, Q3 2014, Q4 2014 & Q1 2014..it gives an error "Microsoft office Access database does not recognizes "Query name" as a valid field name or expression".
The error is because the second layer of query does not identifies Q1 2014.
How do i make access change the column automatically when the Q1 changes to Q2...
I can't get my reports' unbound field's to display the criteria parameter I enter when report is opened. I have done this before but not in Access 2010.
In my parameter, I do have a long string inside the brackets (e.g. =[Enter START Date "1/1/14" or Leave Ranges Blank to show ALL]). I am wondering if this or the quotes inside the brackets are causing it not to work.