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How to display a message in a DAP for no record found

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by RasberryStolli, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. RasberryStolli

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    I have a data access page based off a parameter query. The parameter
    prompts the user to enter an IP Address. If the IP Address is in the
    table it will show the IP Address and description. If the IP Address
    is not in the table I want to display a message "not in use". I have
    tried using scripts in the Microsoft script editor but have had no
    luck. I have successfully done this in a form by using an expression
    IIF(IsNull([IP Address]), " not in use", [IP Address]) as the control
    source. This works in the form but will not work in the DAP. Does
    anyone have a solution. If it entails using the Microsoft Script
    Editor please be detailed in describing where exactly to insert the
    script. I have tried inserting before update, after update, data page
    complete and onclick. Nothing has worked yet.
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