I am trying to run a query to print invoices that are 30, 60, and 90 days past due. What expression do I use to search for records that were purchased 30, 60, 90 days prior? I was able to find the expression to add time for the due date but was unable to find the expression to subtract time for my search. Thanks for any help!! Beck
I have a form in which the user inputs crane inspection results (a series of check boxes). When the user clicks the save button, I would like to run a query (I guess a query is how to do this) that searches records for the past seven days (less weekends and holidays) and alerts the user to days that inspection results were not entered for that particular crane (cboCrane.Value) and that particular shift (cboShift.Value) via a message box.
How do I get it to only look at records for the past 7 days (less weekends and holidays)?
I have a query that returns a set of records which details stock items that are older than a date given in a form. However i need to limit the results to the number of items held in stock i.e say i want to look at stock over 1 year old, i get a list of all the stockids, and the date added. Say there is a stock level of 3 for a particular stockid the results should be limited to the first 3 records that are over 1 year old. Rather than the whole list of dates I get now.
Any help or direction with searching terms would be appreciated
I trying to create a query that just returns all of the records in my database for the past year. I've tried to somehow do it using the date() function but haven't had much luck yet. Any help is most appreciated.
I'm not sure if this is possible but I've been asked to devise a way of viewing past record entries from an old form on a new form. Our database contains yearly records of student details; each year has a separate form. What my manager would like is that when a student ID number is typed into this yearís form, that old data from previous years is retrieved and placed in the database OR some sort of command button that searches past records for that particular student ID.
Hope that makes sense, I'm completely confused about the whole thing, I'm not sure if itís even possible...any kind of help will be gratefully received!
I have a form for creating new entries in a table. In it there is a textbox for a City field that I would like to have some kind of auto-complete based on past records in the database--similar to how Excel provides auto-complete options within a spreadsheet based on entries in previous cells.
In other words if "Binghamton" has been entered in a past record and the user starts typing "Bing" in the textbox, then "Binghamton" will become an autofill option. Is there a way to set this up?
Hi I have a Text box that stores a date of when a problem or query is received on to a customer account, when resolved the date it is resolved is inputted in the next text box as a resolved date. My third Text box then needs to display Yes or No depending if it took less than 28 days to resolve.
Ive used a Text box and DateDiff expression to work out the ammount of days in the control source, Called query dauration then a macro to test if its less than 28 days to display the yes or no. But this is not working days Mon - Fri. Has any one any ideas?
I have a query that uses two criteria from a user input form. On the form, the user would input a customers last name and use a dropdown list (based on a table 30,60,90,120,365 days) to select how many days previous they want to search. Unfortunately there is something that I'm over looking and can't figure out.
Let's say I have multiple records that match the following criteria: Last name "James", days since contracted all less than 30 days. For some reason when I put in "James" as the last name in my form and select "30" from the droplist, it only lists the most current one which is zero days. Even if I select "60" from the droplist, it still only shows the zero day contract.
If I go back and select "90" from the droplist is brings up 3 - 3 day old contracts and my 1 zero day old contract. If I select 120, it picks up another contract that is 4 days old. If I select 365 it picks up a couple more, but still not everything. Here is my SQL code.
Code: SELECT tblAllData.[F&I Manager], tblAllData.[Reviewing BOA], tblAllData.Date, tblAllData.[Stock#], tblAllData.[Deal Date], tblAllData.[Cust First Name], tblAllData.[Cust Last Name], Round(DateDiff("d",[deal date],Now()))/1 AS Days, tblAllData.[Bank Name],
I am trying to build an expression in a query that will filter specific numbers when the value is entered. I would like the value box to read something like "Please enter the file number" and when entered, see example of file # in brackets (001-200-001), it will show those records with that file number only. In addition, because I will be printing it from a report, the filtered file numbers should also show up in the form.
I have a table 45 fields. There is a field ID. I would like to get the records where fields contains "No". I would not like to create 45 queries for each field check. how can i generate a table which shows ID, Field Name that contains value "No".
Hi, i have a query which looks at a table named "attendance" the query includes the fields: "employee number", "absent code" (a 3 letter code), "absent reason" (list of different reasons) "shiftdate" (weekly shift dates in format: DD/MM/YYYY). If possible i would like to be able to promt the user to enter a employee number, then a absent reason (ideally from a list box) and show all occurences (with all the shiftdates) only of that particular absent reason within the last 12 months, and ideally calculates in another field the number of times that employee has been absent for that particular reason for the last 12 months.
Does this make sence?, i know how to promt the user to enter a employee number but not sure how to go about the rest, any help with what seems to be quite a challenging task to me would be excellent.
Now that the year has moved into 2014, the query below no longer works. It appears that it is not extending back into 2013.
Private Function multiDateClause(dateStartQry As String, dateEndQry As String, firstOp As String, secondOp As String) multiDateClause = dateClause(dateStartQry, firstOp) & " AND " & dateClause(dateEndQry, secondOp) End Function Private Sub b_last7_Click() Me.resultsFrame.SourceObject = "FollowUp_bystaff" Me.resultsFrame.Form.RecordSource = todoListQry(multiDateClause("Date()-6", "Date()", ">=", "<=")) End Sub
I have a database functioning pretty well. All I did was move the files from one computer to another via USB stick and now I get this alarm when I try to run this particular macro.
It is a macro to set a value to specific field. The Macro uses a condition [Forms]![tblCustomerCall]![Alarm Number]="000". If the condition is met then it is supposed to set a value to a field in the same form. [Forms]![tblCustomerCall]![Alarm Descrption] is the item to set. Left("TV Parity Alarm",50) is the expression. So if 000 is entered in then the text TV Parity Alarm is filled into the Alarm description field.
It was working perfect until I moved the files to another computer. I have Office SP2 installed and have updated office with everything available.
Well, I'm trying to enforce referential integrity on one of my relationships. But it seems that there are 5 records in the Subtable that don't have a corresponding record in Table, so it won't work. I tried copy/pasting from Subtable to Table, and it says 'unable to make changes because this would make duplicates in the primary key' to all values except 5. Which it asks me if I want them pasted. If I click 'yes' or 'no' nothing happens either way.
Well, anyway, I need code for a query that selects all records from Subtable.Field1 that don't exist in Table.Field1.
I want to create a query that looks for a manual line break in a memo field. Is there a code or some way that I can do this? (i.e in a Memo field the user has entered some data, hit Ctrl-enter to get to a new line, entered more data on the new line. I want to find the records where this has occured)
Also, on a similar note, is there a way I can deny my users the option of doing a manual break (Ctrl-Enter) in a Control in a Form? (to prevent me needing to run this query in the future)
I'm relavtively new to databases but after a steep learning curve (being left with many databases created by my old manager with no instructions on use) I'm getting there.What I am trying to do is pull out the date from records in a field called "Model_ID". The Model_ID field contains this kind of information:
I want to bring back "20120726" or "20120521". In excel I can do this with the mid and find functions but find doesn't work in access. I've tried combining the mid function with instr function but it comes back as too complex!
I've got a Table with a string of data delimited by an "*". The first part of the string before the "*" can be variable in length, so if I use a LEFT expression to break apart the 2 parts of the string on each side of the "*", my results are incorrect. In MS Excel, I can use the following formula to solve the problem:
You are just substituting the number of positions with a Find command that looks for the "*", and returns anything left of the "*". Unfortunately, the brilliant programmers at Microsoft, once again, don't have an Excel function in Access. how to recreate that functionality in a table in Access?
I have an table that contains StudentID, Name and Age. I have imported the data from Excel sheet and there are some records which contains Null Value and some "h", "n/a" etc. I would like to design query which finds the records that are non numeric.
This is fairly simple i think although i cant do it right i have a field in a query named; "shiftdates" which uses the format: DD/MM/YYYY, how can i set the criteria for this to only show records from the past 7 days?
i think i need something like: date()-7 (this doesnt work though), anyone help me out?, :o