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Old March 31st, 2006, 03:05 AM
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 Hi guy's,

     I got an DB in that i have paly an expression in the from textbox i.e. for eg. table1 contain A,B & C and in the from view i want to the sum value of A & B in the Text box of "C" i made that and it works but the probs is the value store in the Fromview of "C" is not storing in the Table Field 'C' i don't know wat misstake i did please give me an solution for this Issue..

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Old April 3rd, 2006, 06:33 AM
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You can do this, but you don't need to. You shouldn't store calculated values in tables. Just create the expression in each form and report where you need it, and don't store the calculated value.

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