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 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.
I am trying to concatenate multiple rows into one record. I googled it and found many functions in VBA that do the job. However my problem is that my query will be linked directly to Excel file and then I get an error message saying that Excel could not recognise this function. I could potentially insert data into new table and link that table to Excel but I need to avoid end-user exposure to Access as much as possible.
So I am desperately trying to find a way of doing this without VBA code.
Example of data:
Customer Name |Order Number Smith |O101 Brown |O102 Smith |O103 Green |O104 Brown |O105
I am trying to achieve below:
Customer Name |Order Number Smith |O101, O103 Brown |O102, O105 Green |O104
I am designing a bead ornament database for my mom to track inventory of beads, inventory of finished ornaments and cost/pricing. I have a table that joins the Item and bead part with the quantity of each bead part needed, it has the following fields: ItemMatlID, ItemID, BeadPartID, QtySo I have multiple rows of ItemIDs for all the BeadPartID & Qtys.Now I need a query with 1 line per Item and all BeadParts and their quantities. However, I need the BeadPart to be a row data and not a column heading. So a crosstab is out, I believe since it wants to make the BeadPart the column heading and not data in the query.
And I'd like to convert it to this: Member_IDDiagnosis - 1Diagnosis - 2Diagnosis - 3Diagnosis - 4 10000 HypothermiaFrost Bite 10001 Fatigue DehydrationExhaustion 99999 Exhaustion Hypothermia
The columns don't line up well but I am looking for each diagnosis to move into one of the 4 columns, depending on whether it is the first, second, third or fourth diagnosis associated with the member.
I have parent-child one to many data in one pair of relationships, and now I've been asked to see be able to find out what matches a defined regimen; each is also defined in a parent-child relationship.
Best is to show sample data. I'm going to show them as two tables, but the "Components" are actually in a parent-child relationship, e.g.,
PersonList -= Meds Regimen -= Meds as well
Note that PersonList and Regimen do not really have any relation; we just want to see if things are being done one of the ways they are "supposed" to be done, without a slow manual check. It's worked as set up for reports, and I really don't want to change everything to a big long list of fields, one field per med for a lot of reasons (not least of which is that is denormalizing)
Quy 1 Result: PersList T1Component Andrew Med 1 Andrew Med 2 Brett Med 1 Brett Med 3 Brett Med 4 Charles Med 2 Duane Med 1 Duane Med 4
Quy 2 Result Regimen T2Component Goody1 Med 1 Goody1 Med 3 Goody1 Med 4 Goody2 Med 1 Goody2 Med 2
I'd like to be able to do two queries - one that are "OK" one that are not. Don't need to replicate the med list, just the regimen if matching..
"Good" would return Person Regimen Andrew Goody2 (he has med 1, 3, and 4) Brett Goody1 (he has med 1 and 2)
"Bad" would return Person Charles Duane
What they "almost match" does not matter; it tells people which ones we need to check into a bit more.
I have a query which is used to pull data from 2 tables.
1. Only show the records that have 2 or more same Pat#, FName and LName. If it is a single record I would like to hide it.
2. Need to see the different dates amd know the difference.
Currently Query Looks like this.
Pat# FName LName Reason Status Date 00001 John Doe 1 1 11/13/2014 00002 Sally Doe 2 1 11/25/2014 00003 Bill Bates 1 1 11/04/2014 00003 Bill Bates 2 1 11/07/2014 00004 Jenny West 1 1 04/03/2014 00004 Jenny West 2 1 04/10/2014
The Signup reason number 1 represents the signup date and number 2 represents the time they left. SignupStatus number 1 represents a group.
So I am hoping my end goal it would look something like this.
Pat# FName LName Date 1 Date 2 Difference 00003 Bill Bates 11/04/2014 11/07/2014 3 Days 00004 Jenny West 04/03/2014 04/10/2014 7 days
I am trying to avoid using VBA or SQL. I do not know where to input it.
I tried to use the “Find Duplicates” query wizard but this did not work because it finds duplicates like last name first name, but it does not separate the dates.
I have a query that has multiple IDs and different information in numerous fields. For example:
ID Field1 Field2 Field3 1 x 1 m 1 b
I need to find a way to concatenate the data so that it shows the information like this:
ID Field1 Field2 Field3 1 x m b
I'm working in Access 2010.
Yes I know this isn't the best way to set up a database, but I'm trying to make fixes to an already existing database that I can't go back and change the way it is set up. I can only find work arounds to accomplish what I need.
For each record in my database, there are observation periods which are recorded in the format dd/mm/yyyy hh:mm:ss, titles as follows
1st Obs Start 1st Obs End 2nd Obs Start 2nd Obs End 3rd Obs Start 3rd Obs End.
I have been asked to create a query that will quickly show how many obervation periods commenced in a particular month. What I am trying to do is create a column that will be named Obs Start, and another, Obs End. For each record ID, this would then show as follows:
I am trying to find the latest date in a table where the dates are in 2 separate columns and multiple rows. (there are business reasons why there are 2 dates per row they represent different but comparable activities)
I have a table "Assessment tracker" with the following structure
Name Type Candidate short text Unit short text EV1 Date Date EV2 Date Date
Candidate Unit EV1Date EV2 Date TH1 10 07/05/2015 25/05/15 TH1 10 07/05/2015 07/06/15
I have a query "Candidate AC Dates" that compares the 2 dates EV1 and EV2 and outputs a 3rd column with the latest date.
It does this by using a function shamelessly copied from the web somewhere...
Function Maxdate(ParamArray FieldArray() As Variant) ' Declare the two local variables. Dim I As Integer Dim currentVal As Date' Set the variable currentVal equal to the array of values. currentVal = FieldArray(0) ' Cycle through each value from the row to find the largest.
This is working well (I think)
I then want to find the latest date for the 2 records i.e. the Max value for the Achdate.
Query: SELECT [Candidate AC Dates].Candidate AS Expr1, [Candidate AC Dates].Unit AS Expr2, Max([Candidate AC Dates].Achdate) AS MaxOfAchdate FROM [Candidate AC Dates] GROUP BY [Candidate AC Dates].Candidate, [Candidate AC Dates].Unit ORDER BY [Candidate AC Dates].Candidate, [Candidate AC Dates].Unit, Max([Candidate AC Dates].Achdate) DESC;
But this is returning
Candidate Unit MaxOfAchdate TH1 1025/05/2015
I expect it to return
Candidate UnitMaxOfAchdate TH1 10 07/06/2015
It looks to me like MAX is considering only the day value rather than the whole date. I suspect this is because it is considering the results of the function in the first query as a short text rather than a date field. (I've tried to force this through declaring the variables as dates but don't know where else to force this. (I am UK based hence the DD/MM/YYYY format)
I have one table, I want to update multiple fields in that Table with values.Currently I have on update query for each update.So for exampleRows: Commercial Quotes, Cover Notes, Personal QuotesWill have the values: Yes, No, Yes in them.I need to update those fields, if they say Yes to Commercial Quotes, Cover Notes or Personal Quotes depending on the field obviously. And blank them out if it says No.Currently I have 30+ different queries I have to click individually one after the other to update each row. I was wondering if theres a quicker way of doing this all in one hit.I have a tiny bit of SQL knowledge.So one of the queries I've figured out I've converted to SQL but again it only updates one instance...UPDATE Enabler_Data SET Enabler_Data.[Commercial Quotes] = "Commercial Quotes" WHERE (((Enabler_Data.[Commercial Quotes]) = "YES"));I tried whacking an OR replacing the ; and repeating that statment replacing Commercial Quotes with Cover Notes but it errored out on me.This is where I get completely stuck and my meagre knowledge fails me so any help would be useful.Thanks in advanceMatt
I have an Access Database and I want to split up one column into multiple columns. The one column has multiple rows that relate to one person, so for instance I have the following:I am taking information from both tables and I want to create a query but I need to separate out the mother, father, and guardian with the names attached
So from the Child table :
Joe Smith Address Phone
The query that I created is from two tables, the child table and the family table: ( I used the dashes just for it to be easier to read)
First Name--- Last Name--- First Name--- Last Name--- Relationship Joe ----------------Smith ----------Jane --------Doe-------------Mother Joe ----------------Smith ----------John---------Smith---------- Father
So in this scenario I need to get the name of the second parent in another column....meaning have all the parents appear on the same line for this child, and each child there after..
First Name------ Last Name------ First Name------ Last Name------ Relationship------ 2First Name------2Last Name------2Relationship Joe----------------Smith------------ Jane-------------- Doe------------- Mother-----------John---------------- Smith------------ Father
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 am trying to get a total count of rows from a query on my tickets, Each ticket has a date and an ID number
Code: SELECT tbl_ticket.ticket, tbl_ticket.entrydate, Count(tbl_ticket.[entrydate]) AS [Row Count] FROM tbl_ticket 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.
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]));