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value field in form not displayed in table

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

  1. Cary

    Cary
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    Hello everybody,

    I'm struggling with a problem and I hope somebody can help me with this.

    I have created a subform. The patient_id of the subform comes from the form.
    I have used the control source to do that (control source: patient_id =
    Forms!FrmPatient[patient_id]).
    If I open the subform the patient_id is displayed correctly.
    But if the subform is filled out I can not find the patient_id in the table,
    while the other items appear in the table as they should.

    Cary
     
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  3. Ron2006

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    The PatientID does not necessarily have to be in the table. Since you
    seem to be able to see the data properly when coming back through the
    forms, I would venture to say that you will probably see a number field
    somewhere in that table that points to the Patient Primary key field.
    and that on the patient table there are amoung many things a patient
    primary key field AND a patient ID field.

    Look at the underlying query for the subform and you will probably see
    two tables shown there and the tables are linked via that Patient
    Primary Key field.

    If this is not the case we need to see a definition of the two tables
    to see how they are linked.
     

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