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Old October 7th, 2003, 09:48 PM
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Hey ppl,

I have a report which gets its data from a query. I then have an onClick event on the form and what I am trying to do is send the JobID (which is a textbox on the form) to the report so that it doesn't display the prompt box. I can't do it through the WHERE parameter of the Macro to open the report (it doesn't seem to pick it up, maybe because the JobID is in the SQL as an @JobID parameter).

Here's the code to the SQL which may better explain it (@JobID 4th line from bottom). The SQL works fine, just need to automatically pass the JobID into this.

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SELECT Customer,Phone_Make,Imei,Date,Job_Ref,Pallet
FROM tbl_Imei AS i, tbl_Pallets AS j, tbl_Jobs AS k, tbl_Phones AS l
WHERE i.PalletID=j.PalletID
AND j.JobID=k.JobID
AND k.PhoneID=l.PhoneID
AND Imei IN
     (SELECT a.Imei FROM tbl_Imei AS a, tbl_Pallets AS b
      WHERE a.Imei In
        (SELECT Imei FROM tbl_Imei GROUP BY Imei HAVING COUNT(*) > 1)
      AND b.JobID=@JobID
      AND a.PalletID=b.PalletID
      GROUP BY a.Imei)
ORDER BY Imei,Date,Pallet;
-------------------------------------------------------------

Hope this is kinda clear to someone.

Many thanks

Kam
 
Old October 8th, 2003, 02:16 PM
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Kam

A suggestion

For your report query try entering in the criteria under JOBID field the following:

[Forms]![Name of your Form]![JobID] or what the field name is that takes JOBID

Hope this helps

tjw

 
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Brilliant, worked perfectly, exactly what was required.

Thanks for your help

Kam





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