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  1. Accessidiot

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    I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is continous)
    to enter data into several related tables. This form is a questionairre.
    I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each questionairre
    seperatly.
    Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only shows the
    first instance.
    If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to show
    the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms field
    name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the subform
    child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents the
    sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    Any Help?
     
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  3. Pieter Wijnen

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    I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your query

    ie
    SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    -- or --
    SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....

    2 solutions:
    1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    -- or --
    SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....

    HTH

    Pieter



    "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is continous)
    > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a questionairre.
    > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    > questionairre
    > seperatly.
    > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only shows
    > the
    > first instance.
    > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to
    > show
    > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms field
    > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the subform
    > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents
    > the
    > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    > Any Help?
    >
     
  4. Pieter Wijnen

    Pieter Wijnen
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    I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your query

    ie
    SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    -- or --
    SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....

    2 solutions:
    1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    -- or --
    SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....

    HTH

    Pieter



    "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is continous)
    > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a questionairre.
    > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    > questionairre
    > seperatly.
    > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only shows
    > the
    > first instance.
    > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to
    > show
    > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms field
    > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the subform
    > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents
    > the
    > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    > Any Help?
    >




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  5. Accessidiot

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    I have used a query to populate the main report, then I am using the master
    child to populate a sub report from a different table that has a foriegn key
    which matches the primary key in the first table(That the query is based on)
    But in the master child link box it shows the child field as "InspectionId"
    and the Master as "Inspection.InspectionId" ("Inspection" being the name of
    the table). The subreport does not get populated with any data and I assume
    this is because the names are different?

    Perhaps I am going about the whole thing wrong?
    Ian

    "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:

    > I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your query
    >
    > ie
    > SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    > -- or --
    > SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >
    > 2 solutions:
    > 1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    > 2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    > SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    > -- or --
    > SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >
    > HTH
    >
    > Pieter
    >
    >
    >
    > "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    > >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is continous)
    > > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a questionairre.
    > > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    > > questionairre
    > > seperatly.
    > > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    > > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    > > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only shows
    > > the
    > > first instance.
    > > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to
    > > show
    > > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms field
    > > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the subform
    > > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents
    > > the
    > > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    > > Any Help?
    > >

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  6. Pieter Wijnen

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    trust me,
    this will only happen if the aforementioned conditions apply
    get rid of the duplicate field names from the query & you're ok

    Pieter

    "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:00D1187E-679A-43AA-B7E0-7BE9FE923B48@microsoft.com...
    >I have used a query to populate the main report, then I am using the master
    > child to populate a sub report from a different table that has a foriegn
    > key
    > which matches the primary key in the first table(That the query is based
    > on)
    > But in the master child link box it shows the child field as
    > "InspectionId"
    > and the Master as "Inspection.InspectionId" ("Inspection" being the name
    > of
    > the table). The subreport does not get populated with any data and I
    > assume
    > this is because the names are different?
    >
    > Perhaps I am going about the whole thing wrong?
    > Ian
    >
    > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    >
    >> I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your query
    >>
    >> ie
    >> SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> -- or --
    >> SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >>
    >> 2 solutions:
    >> 1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    >> 2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    >> SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> -- or --
    >> SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >>
    >> HTH
    >>
    >> Pieter
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    >> >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is
    >> >continous)
    >> > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a
    >> > questionairre.
    >> > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    >> > questionairre
    >> > seperatly.
    >> > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    >> > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    >> > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only
    >> > shows
    >> > the
    >> > first instance.
    >> > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to
    >> > show
    >> > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms
    >> > field
    >> > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the
    >> > subform
    >> > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents
    >> > the
    >> > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    >> > Any Help?
    >> >

    >>
    >>
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  7. Pieter Wijnen

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    trust me,
    this will only happen if the aforementioned conditions apply
    get rid of the duplicate field names from the query & you're ok

    Pieter

    "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:00D1187E-679A-43AA-B7E0-7BE9FE923B48@microsoft.com...
    >I have used a query to populate the main report, then I am using the master
    > child to populate a sub report from a different table that has a foriegn
    > key
    > which matches the primary key in the first table(That the query is based
    > on)
    > But in the master child link box it shows the child field as
    > "InspectionId"
    > and the Master as "Inspection.InspectionId" ("Inspection" being the name
    > of
    > the table). The subreport does not get populated with any data and I
    > assume
    > this is because the names are different?
    >
    > Perhaps I am going about the whole thing wrong?
    > Ian
    >
    > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    >
    >> I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your query
    >>
    >> ie
    >> SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> -- or --
    >> SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >>
    >> 2 solutions:
    >> 1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    >> 2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    >> SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> -- or --
    >> SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >>
    >> HTH
    >>
    >> Pieter
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    >> >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is
    >> >continous)
    >> > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a
    >> > questionairre.
    >> > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    >> > questionairre
    >> > seperatly.
    >> > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    >> > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    >> > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only
    >> > shows
    >> > the
    >> > first instance.
    >> > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to
    >> > show
    >> > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms
    >> > field
    >> > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the
    >> > subform
    >> > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents
    >> > the
    >> > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    >> > Any Help?
    >> >

    >>
    >>
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  8. Accessidiot

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    How foolish of me! I see what you mean, I was using the * field to enter
    fields and also a duplicate for the parameter.
    Thank you

    "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:

    > trust me,
    > this will only happen if the aforementioned conditions apply
    > get rid of the duplicate field names from the query & you're ok
    >
    > Pieter
    >
    > "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:00D1187E-679A-43AA-B7E0-7BE9FE923B48@microsoft.com...
    > >I have used a query to populate the main report, then I am using the master
    > > child to populate a sub report from a different table that has a foriegn
    > > key
    > > which matches the primary key in the first table(That the query is based
    > > on)
    > > But in the master child link box it shows the child field as
    > > "InspectionId"
    > > and the Master as "Inspection.InspectionId" ("Inspection" being the name
    > > of
    > > the table). The subreport does not get populated with any data and I
    > > assume
    > > this is because the names are different?
    > >
    > > Perhaps I am going about the whole thing wrong?
    > > Ian
    > >
    > > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    > >
    > >> I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your query
    > >>
    > >> ie
    > >> SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    > >> -- or --
    > >> SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    > >>
    > >> 2 solutions:
    > >> 1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    > >> 2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    > >> SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    > >> -- or --
    > >> SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    > >>
    > >> HTH
    > >>
    > >> Pieter
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > >> news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    > >> >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is
    > >> >continous)
    > >> > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a
    > >> > questionairre.
    > >> > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    > >> > questionairre
    > >> > seperatly.
    > >> > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    > >> > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to print.
    > >> > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only
    > >> > shows
    > >> > the
    > >> > first instance.
    > >> > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport to
    > >> > show
    > >> > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms
    > >> > field
    > >> > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the
    > >> > subform
    > >> > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which prevents
    > >> > the
    > >> > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    > >> > Any Help?
    > >> >
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
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  9. Pieter Wijnen

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    been there, done that

    Pieter

    "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:90293A96-7C5E-4913-AEF5-F92A44319203@microsoft.com...
    > How foolish of me! I see what you mean, I was using the * field to enter
    > fields and also a duplicate for the parameter.
    > Thank you
    >
    > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    >
    >> trust me,
    >> this will only happen if the aforementioned conditions apply
    >> get rid of the duplicate field names from the query & you're ok
    >>
    >> Pieter
    >>
    >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:00D1187E-679A-43AA-B7E0-7BE9FE923B48@microsoft.com...
    >> >I have used a query to populate the main report, then I am using the
    >> >master
    >> > child to populate a sub report from a different table that has a
    >> > foriegn
    >> > key
    >> > which matches the primary key in the first table(That the query is
    >> > based
    >> > on)
    >> > But in the master child link box it shows the child field as
    >> > "InspectionId"
    >> > and the Master as "Inspection.InspectionId" ("Inspection" being the
    >> > name
    >> > of
    >> > the table). The subreport does not get populated with any data and I
    >> > assume
    >> > this is because the names are different?
    >> >
    >> > Perhaps I am going about the whole thing wrong?
    >> > Ian
    >> >
    >> > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your
    >> >> query
    >> >>
    >> >> ie
    >> >> SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> >> -- or --
    >> >> SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >> >>
    >> >> 2 solutions:
    >> >> 1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    >> >> 2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    >> >> SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> >> -- or --
    >> >> SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >> >>
    >> >> HTH
    >> >>
    >> >> Pieter
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> >> news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    >> >> >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is
    >> >> >continous)
    >> >> > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a
    >> >> > questionairre.
    >> >> > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    >> >> > questionairre
    >> >> > seperatly.
    >> >> > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    >> >> > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to
    >> >> > print.
    >> >> > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only
    >> >> > shows
    >> >> > the
    >> >> > first instance.
    >> >> > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport
    >> >> > to
    >> >> > show
    >> >> > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms
    >> >> > field
    >> >> > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the
    >> >> > subform
    >> >> > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which
    >> >> > prevents
    >> >> > the
    >> >> > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    >> >> > Any Help?
    >> >> >
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
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    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>

    >>
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  10. Pieter Wijnen

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    been there, done that

    Pieter

    "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:90293A96-7C5E-4913-AEF5-F92A44319203@microsoft.com...
    > How foolish of me! I see what you mean, I was using the * field to enter
    > fields and also a duplicate for the parameter.
    > Thank you
    >
    > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    >
    >> trust me,
    >> this will only happen if the aforementioned conditions apply
    >> get rid of the duplicate field names from the query & you're ok
    >>
    >> Pieter
    >>
    >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:00D1187E-679A-43AA-B7E0-7BE9FE923B48@microsoft.com...
    >> >I have used a query to populate the main report, then I am using the
    >> >master
    >> > child to populate a sub report from a different table that has a
    >> > foriegn
    >> > key
    >> > which matches the primary key in the first table(That the query is
    >> > based
    >> > on)
    >> > But in the master child link box it shows the child field as
    >> > "InspectionId"
    >> > and the Master as "Inspection.InspectionId" ("Inspection" being the
    >> > name
    >> > of
    >> > the table). The subreport does not get populated with any data and I
    >> > assume
    >> > this is because the names are different?
    >> >
    >> > Perhaps I am going about the whole thing wrong?
    >> > Ian
    >> >
    >> > "Pieter Wijnen" wrote:
    >> >
    >> >> I Assume you have the same fieldname from 2 tables included in your
    >> >> query
    >> >>
    >> >> ie
    >> >> SELECT A.ID, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> >> -- or --
    >> >> SELECT A.*, B.* FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >> >>
    >> >> 2 solutions:
    >> >> 1) remove 1 of the ID fields from the select
    >> >> 2) Alias 1 of the ID fields
    >> >> SELECT A.ID AS LinkField, A....., B.ID, B..... FROM A INNER JOIN B ...
    >> >> -- or --
    >> >> SELECT A.*, B.*, A.ID AS LinkField FROM A INNER JOIN B....
    >> >>
    >> >> HTH
    >> >>
    >> >> Pieter
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> "Accessidiot" <Accessidiot@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> >> news:3CE1F52D-2321-479E-9C6E-F11A1DD8DACB@microsoft.com...
    >> >> >I have a data base that uses a formand subforms (One of which is
    >> >> >continous)
    >> >> > to enter data into several related tables. This form is a
    >> >> > questionairre.
    >> >> > I am trying to create a report to print out the data from each
    >> >> > questionairre
    >> >> > seperatly.
    >> >> > Perhaps I am going about this the wrong way.
    >> >> > I have created a query to select which questionairre I wish to
    >> >> > print.
    >> >> > Unfortunately if I include the continuos field in the query it only
    >> >> > shows
    >> >> > the
    >> >> > first instance.
    >> >> > If I use a query to populate a main report and then use a subreport
    >> >> > to
    >> >> > show
    >> >> > the other data I am unable to link the fields because the main forms
    >> >> > field
    >> >> > name is different i.e its name is "table.fieldname" where as the
    >> >> > subform
    >> >> > child field is "fieldname", I assume its this difference which
    >> >> > prevents
    >> >> > the
    >> >> > sub report from displaying the relevant information.
    >> >> > Any Help?
    >> >> >
    >> >>
    >> >>
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