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Currentuser Form & Calculations

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by JBL, Nov 14, 2005.

  1. JBL

    JBL
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    The currentuser feature pulls up data just fine for the current logged in
    user. However, all the form footer calcaltions that did work before (when I
    didn't have a currentuser criteria) return an error now. What am I doing
    wrong?
     
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  3. Mike Labosh

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    > The currentuser feature pulls up data just fine for the current logged in
    > user. However, all the form footer calcaltions that did work before (when

    I
    > didn't have a currentuser criteria) return an error now. What am I doing
    > wrong?


    Hmm -- This sounds like one of those tasty kind of issues to play with for a
    while.

    But what is the error message, who is the user, and are you, or are you not,
    using Access Security?

    --
    Peace & happy computing,

    Mike Labosh, MCSD MCT
    "The way of the hero leads to the triforce." -- Princess Zelda
     
  4. JBL

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    I've set up security for my database (log in/password). After logging into
    the database, I click on the button to open the form, it does recognize me as
    the user (aka currentuser) and only pulls up my assignment - which is want I
    want. (I also have basic data users as well, but I am testing this on me
    first). As I said, all my calculations that were working before - now they
    show up as "#Error" messages. These were simple calculations (count, sum, and
    percentages). Thanks for the help.

    "Mike Labosh" wrote:

    > > The currentuser feature pulls up data just fine for the current logged in
    > > user. However, all the form footer calcaltions that did work before (when

    > I
    > > didn't have a currentuser criteria) return an error now. What am I doing
    > > wrong?

    >
    > Hmm -- This sounds like one of those tasty kind of issues to play with for a
    > while.
    >
    > But what is the error message, who is the user, and are you, or are you not,
    > using Access Security?
    >
    > --
    > Peace & happy computing,
    >
    > Mike Labosh, MCSD MCT
    > "The way of the hero leads to the triforce." -- Princess Zelda
    >
    >
    >
     

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