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Relationship Will Not Delete

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by ILoveAccess via AccessMonster.com, Nov 12, 2005.

  1. ILoveAccess via AccessMonster.com

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    I created 3 tables with the following fields:

    tblSports
    SportID (primary key, autonumber)

    tblPlayers
    PlayerID (primary key, autonumber)
    PlayerNo (number)

    tblTeams
    TeamNo (number)

    Then I created 3 forms from these 3 tables:

    frmSports (main form)
    frmPlayers (subform of frmSports, linked by SportID and PlayerNo)
    frmTeams (subform of frmPlayers, linked by PlayerNo and TeamNo)

    My issue is, I corrected the linking of frmTeams in the relationships
    window and the form property fields to:

    frmTeams (subform of frmPlayers, linked by PlayerID and TeamNo)

    but the actual linking won't change. The design views look fine, but
    not the normal views. frmTeams is still linking to PlayerNo, which is linked
    to SportID. So, it's like frmTeams is actually relating to SportID instead
    of PlayerID.

    Please Help!!

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  3. John Vinson

    John Vinson
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    On Fri, 11 Nov 2005 21:25:41 GMT, "ILoveAccess via AccessMonster.com"
    <u10978@uwe> wrote:

    > but the actual linking won't change. The design views look fine, but
    >not the normal views. frmTeams is still linking to PlayerNo, which is linked
    >to SportID. So, it's like frmTeams is actually relating to SportID instead
    >of PlayerID.


    Check the Master Link Field and Child Link Field properties of the
    subform.

    John W. Vinson[MVP]
     

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