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

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  1. KB

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    I cant believe I dont remember this, but in a query, I set up a date column
    that is date sensative. So when you click on the report using that query, it
    asks for a beginning date and an end date, and only shows the info from the
    table within the dates specified. Now I want to limit it more. When someone
    enters the date range they want, I only want the report to display the
    criteria within the dates, but also only those that have "Pending" in another
    column.
    When I try to enter "pending" in the criteria column, it desregards the date
    sensativity, and lists all pending.
     
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  3. KARL DEWEY

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    Post your SQL.

    "KB" wrote:

    > I cant believe I dont remember this, but in a query, I set up a date column
    > that is date sensative. So when you click on the report using that query, it
    > asks for a beginning date and an end date, and only shows the info from the
    > table within the dates specified. Now I want to limit it more. When someone
    > enters the date range they want, I only want the report to display the
    > criteria within the dates, but also only those that have "Pending" in another
    > column.
    > When I try to enter "pending" in the criteria column, it desregards the date
    > sensativity, and lists all pending.
     
  4. Adnan

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    Go to Query design view, then enter “pending†on criteria under whatever
    column this criteria may be.
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    Please post all your inquiries on this community so we can all benefit -
    Thank you!


    "KB" wrote:

    > I cant believe I dont remember this, but in a query, I set up a date column
    > that is date sensative. So when you click on the report using that query, it
    > asks for a beginning date and an end date, and only shows the info from the
    > table within the dates specified. Now I want to limit it more. When someone
    > enters the date range they want, I only want the report to display the
    > criteria within the dates, but also only those that have "Pending" in another
    > column.
    > When I try to enter "pending" in the criteria column, it desregards the date
    > sensativity, and lists all pending.
     
  5. KB

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    I tried that, it doesnt know if it should sort by dates or by status
    (pending). I need to set the priority. I want to show only those entries that
    pending withing the dates I specified when originally opening the report.
    When I put "pending" for a criteris in the status column, it disregards that
    I only wanted entries within a certain time frame.

    "Adnan" wrote:

    > Go to Query design view, then enter “pending†on criteria under whatever
    > column this criteria may be.
    > --
    > Please post all your inquiries on this community so we can all benefit -
    > Thank you!
    >
    >
    > "KB" wrote:
    >
    > > I cant believe I dont remember this, but in a query, I set up a date column
    > > that is date sensative. So when you click on the report using that query, it
    > > asks for a beginning date and an end date, and only shows the info from the
    > > table within the dates specified. Now I want to limit it more. When someone
    > > enters the date range they want, I only want the report to display the
    > > criteria within the dates, but also only those that have "Pending" in another
    > > column.
    > > When I try to enter "pending" in the criteria column, it desregards the date
    > > sensativity, and lists all pending.
     
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