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  1. Simon Harris

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    Hi All,

    I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same form.


    I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous readings
    as follows:
    SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch) ON
    TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;

    Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup filter
    returns the expected values.


    I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to this:
    =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    [idAllocation])
    Which returns nothing!

    I've also tried this:
    =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    me.idAllocation)
    Which returns #Name?

    Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons stay on
    the park.


    Any help will be much appreciated!

    Many Thanks,
    Simon.



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  2. Andrew Tapp

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    Try using;
    =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    Forms!frmFormName!idAllocation)

    Where frmFormName is the name of the form that idAllocation is on.

    Hope this helps.

    "Simon Harris" wrote:

    > Hi All,
    >
    > I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    > caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same form.
    >
    >
    > I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous readings
    > as follows:
    > SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    > TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    > FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    > TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    > TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    > INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch) ON
    > TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    > ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;
    >
    > Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup filter
    > returns the expected values.
    >
    >
    > I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to this:
    > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > [idAllocation])
    > Which returns nothing!
    >
    > I've also tried this:
    > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > me.idAllocation)
    > Which returns #Name?
    >
    > Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    > IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons stay on
    > the park.
    >
    >
    > Any help will be much appreciated!
    >
    > Many Thanks,
    > Simon.
    >
    >
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  3. Simon Harris

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    Thanks for your post Andrew. I should have mentioned that this is on a
    sub-form. Your code works without error when I load the subform on its own,
    but when I load the parent form, I get this in the field where the value
    should be:

    #Name?

    I guess I just need to reference the form field differently. Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Simon.

    "Andrew Tapp" <AndrewTapp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:90AB5C03-2831-4162-8E1E-64CE310F10B9@microsoft.com...
    > Try using;
    > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > Forms!frmFormName!idAllocation)
    >
    > Where frmFormName is the name of the form that idAllocation is on.
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > "Simon Harris" wrote:
    >
    >> Hi All,
    >>
    >> I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    >> caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same form.
    >>
    >>
    >> I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous
    >> readings
    >> as follows:
    >> SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    >> TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    >> FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    >> TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    >> TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    >> INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch)
    >> ON
    >> TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    >> ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;
    >>
    >> Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup
    >> filter
    >> returns the expected values.
    >>
    >>
    >> I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to this:
    >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> [idAllocation])
    >> Which returns nothing!
    >>
    >> I've also tried this:
    >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> me.idAllocation)
    >> Which returns #Name?
    >>
    >> Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    >> IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons stay
    >> on
    >> the park.
    >>
    >>
    >> Any help will be much appreciated!
    >>
    >> Many Thanks,
    >> Simon.
    >>
    >>
    >>
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  4. Andrew Tapp

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    OK, try using a reference to the subform instead;
    =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    Forms!frmFormName!frmSubFormName.Form!idAllocation)

    Where frmFormName is the name of the form and frmSubFormName is the name of
    the subform.

    Hope this helps.

    "Simon Harris" wrote:

    > Thanks for your post Andrew. I should have mentioned that this is on a
    > sub-form. Your code works without error when I load the subform on its own,
    > but when I load the parent form, I get this in the field where the value
    > should be:
    >
    > #Name?
    >
    > I guess I just need to reference the form field differently. Any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Simon.
    >
    > "Andrew Tapp" <AndrewTapp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:90AB5C03-2831-4162-8E1E-64CE310F10B9@microsoft.com...
    > > Try using;
    > > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > > Forms!frmFormName!idAllocation)
    > >
    > > Where frmFormName is the name of the form that idAllocation is on.
    > >
    > > Hope this helps.
    > >
    > > "Simon Harris" wrote:
    > >
    > >> Hi All,
    > >>
    > >> I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    > >> caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same form.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous
    > >> readings
    > >> as follows:
    > >> SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    > >> TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    > >> FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    > >> TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    > >> TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    > >> INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch)
    > >> ON
    > >> TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    > >> ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;
    > >>
    > >> Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup
    > >> filter
    > >> returns the expected values.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to this:
    > >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > >> [idAllocation])
    > >> Which returns nothing!
    > >>
    > >> I've also tried this:
    > >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > >> me.idAllocation)
    > >> Which returns #Name?
    > >>
    > >> Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    > >> IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons stay
    > >> on
    > >> the park.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> Any help will be much appreciated!
    > >>
    > >> Many Thanks,
    > >> Simon.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
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    >
    >
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  5. Simon Harris

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    Thanks for your post Andrew. I should have mentioned that this is on a
    sub-form. Your code works without error when I load the subform on its own,
    but when I load the parent form, I get this in the field where the value
    should be:

    #Name?

    I guess I just need to reference the form field differently. Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Simon.

    "Andrew Tapp" <AndrewTapp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:90AB5C03-2831-4162-8E1E-64CE310F10B9@microsoft.com...
    > Try using;
    > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > Forms!frmFormName!idAllocation)
    >
    > Where frmFormName is the name of the form that idAllocation is on.
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > "Simon Harris" wrote:
    >
    >> Hi All,
    >>
    >> I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    >> caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same form.
    >>
    >>
    >> I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous
    >> readings
    >> as follows:
    >> SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    >> TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    >> FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    >> TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    >> TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    >> INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch)
    >> ON
    >> TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    >> ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;
    >>
    >> Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup
    >> filter
    >> returns the expected values.
    >>
    >>
    >> I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to this:
    >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> [idAllocation])
    >> Which returns nothing!
    >>
    >> I've also tried this:
    >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> me.idAllocation)
    >> Which returns #Name?
    >>
    >> Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    >> IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons stay
    >> on
    >> the park.
    >>
    >>
    >> Any help will be much appreciated!
    >>
    >> Many Thanks,
    >> Simon.
    >>
    >>
    >>
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  6. Andrew Tapp

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    See my previous post.

    "Simon Harris" wrote:

    > Thanks for your post Andrew. I should have mentioned that this is on a
    > sub-form. Your code works without error when I load the subform on its own,
    > but when I load the parent form, I get this in the field where the value
    > should be:
    >
    > #Name?
    >
    > I guess I just need to reference the form field differently. Any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Simon.
    >
    > "Andrew Tapp" <AndrewTapp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:90AB5C03-2831-4162-8E1E-64CE310F10B9@microsoft.com...
    > > Try using;
    > > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > > Forms!frmFormName!idAllocation)
    > >
    > > Where frmFormName is the name of the form that idAllocation is on.
    > >
    > > Hope this helps.
    > >
    > > "Simon Harris" wrote:
    > >
    > >> Hi All,
    > >>
    > >> I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    > >> caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same form.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous
    > >> readings
    > >> as follows:
    > >> SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    > >> TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    > >> FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    > >> TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    > >> TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    > >> INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch)
    > >> ON
    > >> TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    > >> ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;
    > >>
    > >> Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup
    > >> filter
    > >> returns the expected values.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to this:
    > >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > >> [idAllocation])
    > >> Which returns nothing!
    > >>
    > >> I've also tried this:
    > >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > >> me.idAllocation)
    > >> Which returns #Name?
    > >>
    > >> Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    > >> IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons stay
    > >> on
    > >> the park.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> Any help will be much appreciated!
    > >>
    > >> Many Thanks,
    > >> Simon.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
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  7. Simon Harris

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    Thanks - It now works without error via the form subform. The dlookup now
    looks like this:
    =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    Forms!frmMeterReading!SubForm_Invoices!idAllocation)
    But, it still does not return the expected value (Seems to be returning
    null)

    I've just worked out why...Think I've got some reworking to do, heres the
    process at the moment:

    1) User selects a location, date and type of bill (Gas/Electric) and hits
    'Enter Readings'. This creates a record in tblReadings for each customer
    matching the selected criteria
    2) The recordsource of my subform is then changed to the ne rows created in
    tblreadings
    3) The subform is then requeried...Heres the problem, the dlookup is looking
    for the previous reading, which by my workings is based on getting the last
    record adding to tblReadings matching the current rows idAllocation...Which
    of course following steps 1 and 2 is empty, I'm actually getting the latest
    EMPTY record.

    I guess what I need is the 2nd to last entered record.

    Anyone know how I could change the following query to do this?

    SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations ON
    TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation = TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID = TBL_Pitches.idPitch) ON
    TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    where idallocation = 7
    ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice desc;

    I've tried changing the order by clause to ASC instead of DESC but it seems
    access orders the source data first, rather than after applying the where
    clause, because I get two completelty different records.

    Thanks!
    Simon.

    "Andrew Tapp" <AndrewTapp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:5B3269CA-8397-41F3-8E70-31394BFBBAF6@microsoft.com...
    > OK, try using a reference to the subform instead;
    > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    > Forms!frmFormName!frmSubFormName.Form!idAllocation)
    >
    > Where frmFormName is the name of the form and frmSubFormName is the name
    > of
    > the subform.
    >
    > Hope this helps.
    >
    > "Simon Harris" wrote:
    >
    >> Thanks for your post Andrew. I should have mentioned that this is on a
    >> sub-form. Your code works without error when I load the subform on its
    >> own,
    >> but when I load the parent form, I get this in the field where the value
    >> should be:
    >>
    >> #Name?
    >>
    >> I guess I just need to reference the form field differently. Any ideas?
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >> Simon.
    >>
    >> "Andrew Tapp" <AndrewTapp@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:90AB5C03-2831-4162-8E1E-64CE310F10B9@microsoft.com...
    >> > Try using;
    >> > =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> > Forms!frmFormName!idAllocation)
    >> >
    >> > Where frmFormName is the name of the form that idAllocation is on.
    >> >
    >> > Hope this helps.
    >> >
    >> > "Simon Harris" wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> Hi All,
    >> >>
    >> >> I have a form that is used to record gas/electric meter readings for a
    >> >> caravan park. I need to display the previous readings on the same
    >> >> form.
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> I have a query called QRY_PreviousReadings that gets the previous
    >> >> readings
    >> >> as follows:
    >> >> SELECT TOP 1 TBL_Readings.idInvoice, TBL_Readings.Electric_Reading,
    >> >> TBL_Readings.Gas_Reading, TBL_Allocations.idAllocation
    >> >> FROM TBL_Parks INNER JOIN (((TBL_Customers INNER JOIN TBL_Allocations
    >> >> ON
    >> >> TBL_Customers.IDCustomer = TBL_Allocations.CustomerID) LEFT JOIN
    >> >> TBL_Readings ON TBL_Allocations.idAllocation =
    >> >> TBL_Readings.AllocationID)
    >> >> INNER JOIN TBL_Pitches ON TBL_Allocations.PitchID =
    >> >> TBL_Pitches.idPitch)
    >> >> ON
    >> >> TBL_Parks.idPark = TBL_Pitches.ParkID
    >> >> ORDER BY TBL_Readings.idInvoice DESC;
    >> >>
    >> >> Note that the query when run with a where clause matching the DLookup
    >> >> filter
    >> >> returns the expected values.
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> I've then set the control source of my previous readings field to
    >> >> this:
    >> >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> >> [idAllocation])
    >> >> Which returns nothing!
    >> >>
    >> >> I've also tried this:
    >> >> =DLookUp("[gas_reading]","QRY_PreviousReadings","[idAllocation] = " &
    >> >> me.idAllocation)
    >> >> Which returns #Name?
    >> >>
    >> >> Note that me.idAllocation refers to a form field which has the current
    >> >> IDallocation - This stays the same for the duration of the persons
    >> >> stay
    >> >> on
    >> >> the park.
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> Any help will be much appreciated!
    >> >>
    >> >> Many Thanks,
    >> >> Simon.
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> --
    >> >> ----------------------------------------
    >> >> I am using the free version of SPAMfighter for private users.
    >> >> It has removed 4652 spam emails to date.
    >> >> Paying users do not have this message in their emails.
    >> >> Try www.SPAMfighter.com/pro for free now!
    >> >>
    >> >>
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