I am trying to get a total count of rows from a query on my tickets, Each ticket has a date and an ID number
SELECT tbl_ticket.ticket, tbl_ticket.entrydate, Count(tbl_ticket.[entrydate]) AS [Row Count]
GROUP BY tbl_ticket.ticket, tbl_ticket.entrydate
HAVING (((tbl_ticket.entrydate) Between #1/1/2011# And #1/31/2011#));
I am trying to get this query built so I can attach it to a form.
I am trying to get three bits of data from this Query
1 a total count of all the Tickets in a given month
The ticket #'s and their date of entry.
So far this gives me a great list of Tickets and the date they got put in the system, but then for the total count it gives me 1 for each line. Even if some have the same date.
There are about 75 distinct sets of ID's and Names not shown here
The rows were sorted by the Mtr_Readings and we have to take the best four readings out of each group and average them. If a group has more than four rows then the top 4 are taken out and the balance is discarded. If the group has four rows or less all of the rows are taken.
I did try nested select statements and kept getting "invalid argument to function" exceptions.
I have a datasheet based on a query and wish to count the number of rows in the datasheet. There is no single unique key in the datasheet, the unique number comes from a combination of two fields. How do I get the datasheet to return the total amount of rows?
I have a MS Access database that tracks when packages are received, returned, etc from different agencies. I need to create a query or report that shows how many packages were received, returned, etc PER MONTH, PER AGENCY. I was able to create a query that listed all the "Date Pkg Rec'd" dates for October (Between #10/1/2004# and #10/31/2004#), but I don't want a listing of all of the dates, rather a total of the records within those timeframes PER AGENCY. For example, APHIS 10, FAS 3, etc.
The other problem I have is I need this done across many columns without excluding those records without an October date (for example) in them. For example, I could have a "Date Pkg Rec'd" date in October, but not an October date listed in the "Date Pkg Returned" column.
Basically, I need the simpliest way to generate monthly "record totals" for several fields.
I'm running into an issue where I'm trying to tie several queries together into a list one running total. I have six queries that pull data from the same table, but that meet specific criteria. What I was trying to accomplish was to have a 7th query count the records in each of the six queries, and return the results as a different value for each. Here's an example:
What I tried: Field: 1ATotal: Count([qry_1A].[valueName]) Total: Expression
And I did this for each field that I wanted the query to return, so: Field: 1BTotal: Count([qry_1B].[valueName]) Field: 2ATotal: Count([qry_2A].[valueName]) Field: 1BTotal: Count([qry_2B].[valueName]) Field: 3ATotal: Count([qry_3A].[valueName]) Field: 3BTotal: Count([qry_3B].[valueName])
The problem is that I don't get what I expected - the query appears to be totaling all the records counted and applying that value to all the fields, so I get this:
I have constructed a neat database for randomly quizzing myself on French translations. However I need a simple way of counting the records in an underlying query "vocabularyQ" inside a sub routine. I have tried all sorts of statements the most recent being
SELECT Count(VocabularyQ.ID) AS CountOfID FROM VocabularyQ
I am facing the difficulty to solve the calculation of my Employees payment table in query, employees having three type of payments 1. Leave 2. Air ticket 3. EOSB so I have created three different queries named Airticket_Accruals, Leave_Accruals, EOSB_Accruals for these tables.
The problem is I need to include how many payments have been done to every employee in total to my every individual query (airticket,leave & EOSB) than I will less the accrual that will give me the balance I need to pay them.Field for Payment table is as follows and it has relation with Employees table with Emp_ID field.
I have been tasked to create a DB for my unit. I have created a few DB, but I am a novice at best. I need a crosstab Query to count the number of records for each FY. The Army's FY is from Oct -Sep. I only need to show the the total number of record for the previous FY in a Report and on a form.
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.
I'm creating a database for my wife to use in her work, one of the fields is dates visited and the user should enter "00/00/0000, 11/11/1111, 22/22/2222, 33/33/3333" in this format. The field is a large text format because there could be anything from 1 date to hundreds. What I need to be able to do is in my query I need to enter 2 dates and have access return a how many dates exist between those 2 date values. eg It will pop up a box asking for start date and then another asking for end date and then it has to return the count total of how many dates exist between those two date values. I don't know VB and have had only basic training in Java and C# none of which involved Access. The only way I can think of doing it is to have access count the number of commas within the date field required but I don't know the formula required assuming it can even be done.
I'm trying to run a line of code after doing a Query Search that reports back the total number of results pulled from the search. I've dug around and found some useful code, but nothing that gives the results I'm needing. Most everything gives me the total number from the query. I'm also using a Split Form.
The process goes: Enter numeric search in Text10 and hit the search button to run the following macro: [studentID]=[Forms]![Query1]![Text10]
It then gives me the requested information.I have a second text box (Text19) that needs to display the number of pulled results. I've written VBA that only gives me the total number searched for studentID or for the entire Query.
I am using an Access 2010 DB to keep track of a schedule. Essentially, at least one person needs to be signed up to work for every hour of every day in a week.
Tables: Days with 7 records Hours with 24 records Workers with as many people that sign up to work the different hours Schedule signifying the worker, day, and hour which are signed up.
As of now i have a query that relates these results and gives me a line detailing the worker/time information for the slots that are signed up for.What I'm TRYING to do is to create a query that gives me BLANK worker info when there is no one signed up for a particular hour.Currently my Schedule table has the following:
What I'm looking to do is have this table matched up with another table (or query) that provides every combination of day/hour. When an day/hour combination is skipped, the query will be able to "fill in the blank" with a row. Like this:
I have a table where and account could have multiple rows with different data like Applied_Date and Trans_Code, and AMOUNT. The AMOUNT in two of the rows will be a positive and a negative and will be zero each other out. I am trying to create a query that will only return the the rows that do not offset each other. Here is an example of my table:
ACCOUNT CODE APPLIED_DATE AMOUNT 292020 M 5/11/2012 ($33.95) 292020 11 5/14/2012 $33.95 292020 A 5/30/2012 ($33.95)
I need query to display ALL the rows from Table3 and show columns of Owner_LastName and Tenant_Lastname. However, I want the rows in Table3, that do not have the value for TenantID to still appear, just with Tenant_LastName being left blank.
From a Access database that I inherited. Users used to be able (from a form) run a query and then add data (i.e, new rows). But now that the the database is split and the backend is on MS-SQL, they no longer can do this. I do not think this will be possible. I think they will have to add data directly to the table or have another form for adding data.
I want an append query to create a new record in a table and populate that record with fields from a form. Some of these fields are free text, others are from combo boxes.The append query adds vastly too many records (albeit all populated with precisely the same information) - and the number it adds seems to depend on which combo box options I choose.
I have a similar append query which pulls information from earlier records in the table, and combines that with free text and combo boxes on a near-identical form, which works fine and always just adds one row.
I have the following query which returns 2 columns, where 2 fields are summed :-
SELECT Sum(Stats.[No of Invoices Checked]) AS [SumOfNo of Invoices Checked], Sum(Stats.[No of Incorrect invoices]) AS [SumOfNo of Incorrect invoices] FROM Stats WHERE (((Stats.Period)=[Forms]![frmMain]![cboSingleMonth].[Value]));
I've got two nested queries. One finds the oldest inspections from an import table, the second compares that query to the main table again and pulls all 'expired' inspections for each Service Order in the first.
These queries are trimmed down for the essential elements of my question. I can post the full SQL if necessary.
Code: SELECT TOP 18 ImportTemp.[SO ID], ImportTemp.[Inspection Activity], [Activity Created]+[AddDays] AS [Due Date] FROM [Priority List] INNER JOIN (ImportTemp INNER JOIN queryNeededFirst ON (ImportTemp.[SO ID] = queryNeededFirst.[SO ID]) ON [Priority List].Activity = ImportTemp.[Inspection Activity]
The refinement I would like to make is, rather than having to pull TOP 18 activities in the final query, just pull TOP 12 [SO ID]s and however many activities come along with them (usually 1 or 2, averages out to about 1.5 so 18 is my compromise). In theory an inspector could have two inspections due on every single property, and would only get 9 unique addresses/[SO ID]s. But I can't figure out how to do that when [SO ID] is no longer unique in the second query.
I suppose I could 'number' the rows in the subquery and add a <=12 criteria on that calculated field, but I'm leery of the processing required (that table contains ~14,000 rows, and most methods of numbering seem to want to use DCount).
I have the attached code in a query. It should be bringing back just one row for each record, however, if I have anything in any column other than Call_NUmber_int it brings back multiples if that record.
Create a query to show rows with timestamps in between two timestamps? my variables are cutoff time and the current time where cutoff time is saved on a table (tblcontroltable.cutoff ) a pseudo code of what i want to achieve is
select date, product, timestamps from tblsample where date = date and timestamps > cutoff and timestamps < time