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Old June 12th, 2007, 03:05 PM
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Default Comparinng Two Values from same table

Hello all,

I'm having a problem writing the last line for my where clause for my recordsource for access. I will omit the SELECT and FROM clauses because i know they work.

My where clause works up to this point:
Code:
" WHERE deceasedHolder.[Company ID] ='" & Me!Company_ID & "'" & _
    " AND deceasedHolder.[Next Put Date] = #" & Me!txtPutDate & "#" & _
The last "AND" should compare two values from the table deceasedHolder, which are deceasedHolder.[Quantity Approved] and deceasedHolder.Quantity, and return the fields where quantity approved is less than quantity. This is what I put down, but it is generating the error "You cancelled the previous operation.
Code:
    " AND deceasedHolder.[Quantity Approved] < deceasedHolder.Quantity;"
Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
Mark



 
Old June 12th, 2007, 04:06 PM
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Mark,
Is company_ID numeric?
Also, make sure that you separate with () the pieces so:

if you want to check this first:

" WHERE deceasedHolder.[Company ID] ='" & Me!Company_ID & "'" & _
    " AND deceasedHolder.[Next Put Date] = #" & Me!txtPutDate & "#" & _

you need to put () around it:

" ((WHERE deceasedHolder.[Company ID] ='" & Me!Company_ID & "'" & _
    " AND deceasedHolder.[Next Put Date] = #" & Me!txtPutDate & "#") & _
    " AND deceasedHolder.[Quantity Approved] < deceasedHolder.Quantity;)"

If you see the two (( at the beginning then 1 more that separates the first check, and a last ) to close the statement.

HTH>

Kevin
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